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J&J Packaging Markets Product As Answer To Wal-Mart’s Sustainability Demands

J&J Packaging says that it has invented a new package, SusSTANDable, that addresses Wal-Mart’s demand for sustainability and will “greatly improve” a suppliers sustainability scorecard.

J&J says that the trapped blister card has a billows like fold on the bottom that converts to a standing easel which can be used for open shelf or countertop displays. The package also ships flat, taking less space than a standing clamshell or tri-fold package. Is a trapped blister that can be used in bulk club packs or as a hanging blister card. It can also be manufactured from recyclable materials.

J&J Packaging expects the package to be used by several major consumer product companies by the fall of 2007 and will be shipping samples upon request.

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2 thoughts on “J&J Packaging Markets Product As Answer To Wal-Mart’s Sustainability Demands

  1. You CAN’T be serious. It’s STILL A BLISTER PACK, and it STILL CONTAINS PLASTIC. Let’s actually go green when we say we’re going green, ok?

  2. I agree with Mary. By looking at this picture & checking their website, this seems like a case of over packaging. Where is the sustainability when there is excess packaging for such a small item. Its larger than the already standard battery pack.It takes up a lot of space on the shelves, as soon as the consumer takes it home that large pack is just going into the trash, and hopefully in the recycling bin

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