Following yesterday’s announcement from the Prime Minister, Britain’s supermarkets are heading for a plastic-free future, but what does this mean for the food industry?
With hundreds of brands pledging to reduce their plastic packaging, the way we buy our food and household goods will be transformed.
What impact will this have?
Without disposable plastic packaging, food manufacturers will have to look towards alternative ways of containing and labelling goods. Whether this is swapping a polystyrene pizza tray to a cardboard one, or offering re-fillable container for sauces, supermarkets are making big plans to improve their waste!
Smylies offer labelling and documentation services to ensure that all food products that we export are in keeping with the laws and legislations of the destination country. As more and more countries take steps to reduce packaging, we can offer advice and information to help you stay within the food packaging legislation.
Discover our full range of labelling services.
Smylies, a carbon neutral business
Last year, we were pleased to announce our carbon-neutral status, working hard to reduce our footprint on the environment. We were one of the first UK export businesses to reach this certification, it is just the first step towards our goal of being known as an eco-friendly exporter.
Read more about our Carbon Neutral status.
We will continue to work with distributors, wholesalers and manufacturers to export food worldwide, with as little negative impact on the environment as possible.
Contact Smylies today
If you would like to find out more about our export services, please do not hesitate to get in touch. We have over 40, 000 products available, including frozen food, grocery items and household products. Whether you are a distributor, wholesaler or retailer, we can provide you with worldwide exportation services on some of the UK’s best and most popular brands.