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Tetra Pak Carton Uses 100% Plant-Based Materials

Tetra Pak cartonTetra Pak has launched what it says is the industry’s first carton made entirely from plant based, renewable packaging materials.

The new Tetra Rex carton will be the first in the market to have bio-based low-density polyethylene (LDPE) films and bio-based high-density polyethylene (HDPE) caps, both derived from sugar cane, in addition to Forest Stewardship Council-certified paperboard, the company says.

Developed in partnership with Braskem, a biopolymers producers, the new Tetra Rex package will be commercially available in early 2015.

Tetra Pak customers using the standard 1-liter Tetra Rex with TwistCap OSO 34 can transfer to the new version without the need for any additional investment or modification to their existing filling machines, the company says.

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