General Trend

European Union restrictions on plastic bags in 2018

China restrictions on plastic bags in 2020

The consumption of single-use plastic products will be obviously reduced in 2022, and alternative products will be promoted. 

By 2025, a management system for all aspects of plastic products will be established, and plastic pollution will be effectively controlled.

Packaging is one of the most important factors when it comes to sustainability.

Not only does it protect the product, but if done correctly, packaging can be made from recycled materials, reducing waste and bio-based resources. It plays a positive substitute role in treating white pollution caused by plastics.

While some sustainable packaging solutions can be more expensive than traditional packaging, the long-term benefits often make them worth the investment.

Our Pioneering Sustainability 

Goodpak has a good sense of environmental friendly. We kept innovating paper packaging even at the height of plastic popularity. We are now committed to using paper as an environmentally sound choice of renewable, biodegradable, compostable and recyclable.  

Our Certifications

Biodegradable coated paper - PLA/PBS

Biodegradable coating on sheets/ paperboard packaging materials is a very promising system for the future improvement of food packaging. We used truly compostable/fully biodegradable material, and our R&D center right now studying on a new grade of Bio-PBS FX85AC which is for home compostable. It has potential environmental advantages over conventional synthetic paper coatings. Goodpak has become the leading food packaging supplier in China who attach much importance on the environment.

Eco-friendly Goodpak Products

Goodpak cutlery is plastic-free, recyclable and compostable, and is made from certified sustainably forested material. This EcoSpoon is the perfect alternative to disposable plastic spoons and have been immediately embraced by consumers, who have previously used plastic utensils. The plastic-free, recyclable, Eco-friendly spoon is certainly the most sustainable cutlery on the global market today, which also uses up to 80% less material than most of other single-use cutlery made from plastic.