Reduce Plastic Waste – BeeBee Wraps

24th July 2018 by Kingfisher Press

Reduce Plastic Waste – BeeBee Wraps

BeeBee Wraps helping to reduce plastic waste

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We’ve just produced a range of cardboard envelope wraps for BeeBee Wraps based in Cambridge.

The cardboard envelopes containing the wraps are printed on Oxygen 300gsm stock supplied by exclusively by Elliot Baxter & CO Ltd.

The board is manufactured using 100% de-inked pulp recycled fibre making, is chlorine free and FSC certified. It’s an excellent packaging choice for an environmentally conscience product.

BeeBee Wraps are food wraps that can be re-used so no need for cling film for your daily sandwiches anymore – just re-use the food wrap again and again. To find out more about the wraps, how they are made and how best to use them visit the website here.

Working with Kingfisher Press producing the Wrap Packaging envelopes has been a very easy process. Kingfisher advised on which stock would suit my needs for both durability, cost and green credentials.

There are a lot of environmentally friendly materials out there to choose from and it can be confusing but it’s nice to have someone help you narrow the list and find the right choice for your needs. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend Kingfisher Press to anyone looking for print or packaging.

Kath Austin, MD BeeBee Wraps
Winner Entrepreneur of the Year at SME Cambridge Awards

What a brilliant idea to help reduce the use of unnecessary plastics. The wraps are available on line and via a wide range of outlets – to find your nearest stockist click here

Over the passed 6 months Kingfisher Press has worked with a variety of companies who have been looking to reduce plastic waste and use environmentally friendly stocks and finishes.

If you are looking for green alternatives then give us a call. We have over 25 years’ experience of printing techniques and a wealth of knowledge on the materials available.

Contact us now to find out more or visit the Kingfisher Press website here.