The Branch Plan Sustainable Packaging 2019 - 2022 is a plan that describes how the fruit and vegetable sector can jointly take further action to increase the sustainability of packaging used for fruit, vegetables and mushrooms. The Branch Plan offers companies a framework within which sector goals and ambitions can be used to take their own approach to increasing sustainability.
The Branch Plan Sustainable Packaging was established by the Fresh Produce Centre in collaboration with a working group formed by members and with support from Partners for Innovation. In Q1 of 2019, the Branch Plan was reviewed by the College of Independent Experts of the Netherlands Institute for Sustainable Packaging (KIDV).
Summary Branch Plan Sustainable Packaging
Fruit and vegetables are synonymous with sustainability. The Dutch fruit and vegetable sector ensures continuity in the availability of healthy and sustainable food and works actively to increase its sustainability, which includes increasing the sustainability of packaging. Based on the final monitoring of the Branch Plan Sustainable Packaging (2013 – 2018), Fresh Produce Centre has decided to establish another plan for the fruit and vegetable sector for the period spanning 2019 – 2022. You can read more about the Branch Plan Sustainable Packaging in this summary.
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