What’s next for Bumble Bee’s sustainable packaging push

Read the full story at Food Dive.

To the Bumble Bee Seafood Company, improving the sustainability and the quality of your packaging can go hand in hand.

Last week, the company announced new outer packaging for its multipack tuna cans made of readily recyclable paperboard. Bumble Bee said that it is the first shelf-stable seafood brand to replace its shrink wrap packaging with a recyclable alternative.

The paperboard is made of 100% recycled material with at least 35% post-consumer content, and is certified by the sustainability nonprofit Forest Stewardship Council. The new packaging has debuted on 23 SKUs, from 4- to 12-can packages.

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