The worldwide spread of the coronavirus led many brands to temporarily set aside their sustainability goals in favor of the single-use, disposable packages that helped slow the spread of the disease. Click here to see how brands are making the push for more sustainable food and beverage packaging.
One of the most important steps in the business development process for any cannabis company is finding the right packages for your products. Cannabis packaging is how most brands in this space make their first impressions on customers, and there are several different priorities to balance in this area. Click here to read more.
Throughout 2021 and into the following years, industry analysts expect sustainable packaging to be a high priority for consumers and manufacturers alike. Click here to read more.
We recently spoke to Bottlestore customer, Mad Loon Coffee Roasters, a Colorado-based business that is a small-batch coffee roastery, offering rotating selections from great farmers, focusing on sustainability, and social justice. Click here to read the full interview.
We recently spoke to Bottlestore customer, Alu Essentials, a Connecticut-based business that makes hand-crafted skincare products and vegan-soy candles. Click here to read the full interview.
We recently spoke to Bottlestore customer, Urbanese Fresh Juices, a North Carolina based business that makes refreshing juices with natural ginger and beet bases. Click here to read the full interview.
We spoke to Bottlestore customer, Revival Candle Co., a Texas-based business that creates handmade natural coconut-soy-based candles. Click here to read the full interview.
We spoke to Bottlestore customer, Capri’s Apothecary , a Texas based apothecary that focuses on the production of body oils, butter, tinctures, teas, and essential oils.
We recently spoke to Bottlestore customer, Boocha Boocha For Life, a Texas based Bar and Taproom that sells home brewed kombucha, plant-based desserts, juices, coffee and tea, among other locally produced items on their menu. Click here to read the full interview.