Learn six top food packaging planning considerations that you should share with suppliers when looking to reduce costs and control inventory.
When manufacturers talk about reducing the cost of packaging, the tendency is to immediately focus on using less expensive packaging. While cheaper per unit pricing is certainly the most straightforward way to reduce packaging costs, there are other ways to approach this problem.
By Dave Wince, Vice President of Food Processing
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