1. Kraft paper develops edible packaging materials for people's livelihood; for example, the glutinous rice paper used in candy packaging and the corn baking packaging cup used to package ice cream are typical edible packaging. The more mature synthetic edible packaging films are transparent, colorless, odorless, non-toxic, tough, and highly oil-resistant films, which are edible and can be used for food packaging.
2. Classify green packaging; (green packaging is divided into grade A and grade AA. Grade A green packaging refers to moderate packaging in which waste can be recycled, recycled, or degraded, and contains toxic substances within the delimited limit. AA-level green packaging refers to the appropriate packaging that wastes can be recycled, recycled, or degraded, will not cause pollution to the human body and the environment during the entire life cycle of the product, and contain toxic substances within the delimited limit.
3. Use green materials for packaging design; designers can use some pure and natural materials to improve packaging design. For example, a bowl-shaped container designed using coconut shells can be cleverly designed as food packaging.
4. Kraft paper develops paper packaging; the raw materials of paper are mainly natural plant fibers, which will not pollute the environment, and can also be recycled to make paper again. In addition, in addition to the advantages of a lightweight, low price, and shock resistance, pulp molded products also have good air permeability, which is conducive to the preservation of fresh goods. Products and other fragile, easy to break, fear of squeezing the turnover packaging.