Read the labels on all green products

Source: Packaging Digest

I like the idea of this post. It talks about how to make sure that when peole buy green they are really getting green.

Some legislators are even taking action too with legislation on what should be on labels for energy purchases.

For more click the link title for the article.

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  1. Interesting post. I’ve been researching more about customized labels that are creating confusion amongst consumers. What are your thoughts on biopolymers used in packaging?

  2. I think that anything that is sustainable and biodegradable as biopolymers are essential to be added to packaging. While I am not sure we can expect immediate replacement, I do see a gradual inceremental increase in the use of biopolymers.SethGreen Living Guy

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