Klöckner Pentaplast recently became one of the 300 members of the "Save Food" organization, and thus actively contributes to reducing the waste and loss of food. "Save Food" is a joint initiative of the Food and Agriculture Organization FAO, the environmental program of the United Nations, UNEP, Düsseldorf Trade Fair, and "interpack", the international trade fair for packaging machines and processes. Through a wide range of projects, fairs and conferences, the companies participating in this initiative want to raise awareness among decision-makers in politics, the economy and industry, as well as among consumers, and significantly counteract the waste of food.
"This membership is very important to our company. With our innovative,
sustainable packaging solutions, we make a perceptible contribution to reducing the waste of food", explains
Giles Peacock, Group Senior Vice President Packaging & Specialties EMEA and Asia, at Klöckner
Pentaplast. "Recycling and special product protection are major factors in our development processes.
Further development is continuously ongoing on our sophisticated technologies and formulas, as well as our
sustainable production methods", says Peacock.
Improving the storage life of food is one of the greatest
global challenges; and packaging plays a central role in the food value chain. Klöckner Pentaplast made a
conscious decision to become a member of the "Save Food" organization, because sustainability and
conscientious use of resources are cornerstones of our corporate success. For that, all three components of
sustainability are taken into consideration - environmental protection, social responsibility, and economic
"With our many years of experience and our innovation-loving approach, we also support our
partners in the food value chain, and together we contribute to a change in awareness, and to careful
handling of food", Peacock outlines the commitment of Klöckner Pentaplast.
More about Save Food:
Klöckner Pentaplast SAVE FOOD initiative page
Read also: Detailed report about initiative in German newspaper Rheinische Post