Sustainable Food Packaging Solutions Discussed On “Viewpoint” With Dennis Quaid

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The program will develop a new segment that will educate on how companies are reducing waste.

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After years of lending his talents to cinema and television, the “Vantage Point” actor is bestowing his skills to TV’s “Viewpoint”.

Hollywood’s Dennis Quaid is given high praise for his portrayals of unique characters across his career. After years of lending his talents to cinema and television, the “Vantage Point” actor is bestowing his skills to TV’s “Viewpoint”. The informative program showcases a large variety of topics that impact viewers worldwide. Coming to the show is an episode featuring sustainable options for packaged foods.

Sustainable food packaging is no longer a bonus for brands to have, but is now a requirement for any food companies looking to future-proof their product. Consumers around the world are becoming more knowledgeable and intentional about not only the food they consume but how their food comes packaged. Landfill waste and plastics ending up in oceans and rainforests are a big concern for many, which is why biodegradable, reusable, and recyclable packaging options are becoming more and more necessary.

Not only are non-recyclable materials a concern, but so is extra packaging. Many food companies equip their products with unnecessary additional materials, whether it is in the box, the food comes in, or it is in the shipping box itself. Sustainable solutions should be beneficial, safe, and healthy for individuals throughout the life cycle of the product. Also, they should use renewable energy for manufacturing, transporting, and sourcing the item.

Additional details about sustainable food packaging alternatives will be discussed with experts and industry professionals in the upcoming episode of “Viewpoint.”

“Viewpoint” with Dennis Quaid is cautiously inspected before airing. The informational television segment is the recipient of numerous awards.

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