In this era of sustainability, some food and beverage manufacturers are bucking the trend. Their products are sold in multi-functional packages that are bulkier and have the potential to create more solid waste. The items are attracting special scrutiny in the health and wellness categories, which are often affiliated with green thinking. “I would love the perfect option for packaging, but that perfect sustainable plastic isn't out there yet,” said Sheryl Kesey Thompson, marketing director ...

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