Packaging paybacks

Major, Meg
September 2003
Progressive Grocer;9/15/2003, Vol. 82 Issue 13, p49
Trade Publication
Reports on the impact of new packaging applications on sales and returns on the packaging investments of retailers in the U.S., as of September 2003. Factors that must be considered in packaging; Reasons given by retailers and manufacturers for changing their packaging methods; Benefits of using multifunctional trays called MenashaWare for packaging.


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