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TYLER PACKAGING BECOMES LATEST PFMA ASSOCIATE MEMBER

TYLER PACKAGING BECOMES LATEST PFMA ASSOCIATE MEMBER

The leading pet food body, PFMA, is delighted to welcome in to Associate Membership, Tyler Packaging. With a strong focus on sustainable, innovative packaging, PFMA is delighted with this new partnership.

The leading pet food body, PFMA, is excited to welcome in to Associate Membership, Tyler Packaging. With a strong focus on sustainable, innovative packaging, PFMA is delighted with this new partnership. 

Adam Kay, Sales & Technical Director of Tyler Packaging advises: “In an ideal world, packaging would be produced from materials and manufacturing processes that would not contaminate the environment. With that goal in mind, our focus is on supplying packaging that has a reduced impact on the planet and designed to be a future raw material to drive circularity in the supply chain.”

Nicole Paley, PFMA Deputy CEO adds: “PFMA focuses on four sustainability priorities – packaging, ingredients, the impacts of the manufacturing process and animal welfare. Having Tyler Packaging onboard presents a perfect partnership at just the right time.”

Nicole continues: “We know that beyond their product range, Tyler Packaging are involved in education around this area, and they are also a member of the Pet Sustainability Coalition. We look forward to working together on packaging related projects and initiatives.”

 

 

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https://www.pfma.org.uk/sustainability

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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