First it was the wirebound box. Now it might be the wax-cascaded box's time to start the slow walk toward the museum of outdated fresh produce shipping containers. The environmentally unfriendly waxed corrugated box may start moving to the fringes of acceptability this year as the stars begin to align against its continued use. Essential to bringing many wet commodities like fresh broccoli, peppers and celery to market, but incapable of being recycled along with other corrugated cartons, ...

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