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Back To Work FAQs

Published by: Emerald Brand Eco-Squad, 7/7/2020 10:46 am

Do you make cutlery Kits?  (Fork, Knife, Spoon, Napkin) We make individually wrapped cutlery and did a study that at least one utensil in the kit is not used, which produces more waste. CDC guidelines are preferring to focus on reducing waste. Also, per CDC guidelines, this is not required as there have been studies which shown the viruses are not living on surfaces. We also produce cutlery cased in 100-piece bags as well as cutlery that gets inserted into our dispensing units...

Supporting Workplace Reintegration Strategies

Published by: Michael Cinquemani, 6/25/2020 4:21 pm

As we’re moving through the COVID-19 Pandemic and into the post quarantine phase organizations are building and...

Do You Know What Consumers Really Want?

Published by: Ralph Bianculli, 6/23/2020 4:30 pm

With people becoming more aware of the global warming epidemic comes consumers leaning towards sustainable products. Clients are looking for more than just cheaper packaging, they're looking for solutions. People don't want just a product; they want a lifestyle. In fact, consumers are willing the spend more on products that are good for the environment...

Disruption of the Supply Chain

Published by: RJ Bianculli, 6/23/2020 9:17 am

All of us in manufacturing, distribution, and supply chain services can agree the last 3 months of our careers have been the most challenging months of our careers...

Back to Basics: The New Supply Chain Isn’t Exactly “New”

Published by: Jaclyn McDuffey, 6/5/2020 5:55 pm

Back to basics means retooling the supply chain of the last several decades and moving into a modern version of “local sourcing”. It means learning from the past and using the best of technology to bring us into the future. Companies that ignore this may regret it sooner than later.

Are You Ready for the New Supply Chain?

Published by: Ralph Bianculli, Sr, 6/1/2020 2:31 pm

For so many years we have demanded and received low-cost products to enhance our daily lifestyles. We never stopped, paused, or reflected on what these demands would ultimately cost us...