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good natured launches plant-based pallet stretch wrap

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Eco-friendly pallet stretch wrap made from plants, not petroleum. (CNW Group/Good Natured Products)

July 17, 2020, Vancouver, B.C. – good natured Products Inc. is expanding its commercial product assortment to include pallet stretch wrap made from 51-per-cent plant-based flexible film.

The company says the global stretch and shrink film market, including pallet stretch wrap, is expected to grow by $4.91 billion from 2019 to 2023. The food and beverage sector is one of the key drivers behind the growth, and preference for eco-friendly, bioplastic materials is creating a unique market opportunity for expansion.

good natured® has customized and sourced plant-based machine and hand pallet stretch wrap in a range of the most popular gauges for the North American market. The products are made from 51-per-cent plant-based materials derived from renewable sugarcane and are chemically equivalent to conventional #4 LDPE to make the transition for businesses as seamless as possible.

“With our growing list of food producers and supply chain providers as customers, pallet stretch wrap is a natural addition to our product assortment that lets them extend their environmental commitment from the products they produce, to how they’re packaged and now all the way to how they’re shipped and stored,” said Paul Antoniadis, CEO of good natured®.


“As part of our approach to offer our customers the widest assortment of eco-friendly products and packaging, we look globally for the latest sustainable materials and design innovations and then turn those into the products and packaging they’re using in their everyday operations.”

good natured® has a growing assortment of more than 385 products and services. The company creates eco-friendly home and business products, food packaging, restaurant/take-out containers, and medical and industrial supplies designed to do good for the planet.

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