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Heinz working on paper ketchup bottle

Jennifer Kingson writes in Axios on Heinz’s plans to make a paper ketchup bottle.

The C3 Take
  • Heinz is looking to create a ketchup bottle from 100% sustainably sourced pulp.
  • While no timetable for the bottle has been announced, the company is aiming to make all its global packaging recyclable, compostable, or reusable by 2025.
  • Free market leadership is creating a cleaner planet.

“Consumer product companies are busy trying to reduce packaging-related waste and pollution — because so much of it winds up in the earth’s oceans and landfills, and consumers are very concerned about the problem.”

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