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Wednesday, September 28, 2011

FPI Educates on Packaging Evolution

At the Foodservice Packaging Institute's September, 2011 semi-annual meeting held at the historic Brown Palace in Denver, an entire afternoon session, Foodservice Packaging Initiatives: A View from the Outside. was dedicated to education on sustainable packaging facts, trends and available resources.  Here is the strong speaker line-up:
Chris Moyer speaking
The session ended with a lively Q&A lead by Lynn Dyer, FPI President.  

It is important for the elder of foodservice packaging trade associations to educate their members on sustainable trends, soon to be required standards for venue and other contracts.  At this juncture, those embracing sustainable packaging are pioneers and leaders yet the tables are ready to turn from leadership to requirement.

Sandra Keil enjoying dinner
with new friends
The day ended with a fantastic reception and dinner at the Brown Palace Club.   Invigorating conversations flowed about  product development opportunities.

As an active Sustainable Food Court Initiative Team Member and Ei Advisory Council Member, Lynn is an industry leader educating herself and FPI members on the evolving packaging landscape.  It is an honor to work with Lynn on the SFCI projects and include her valuable insights as the pilots launch.

For pictures of the meeting as well as scenic downtown Denver, visit the Ei FB album, 09-21-11 FPI Mtg in Denver.

Kudos to Lynn and her FPI staff for hosting an excellent meeting!

3 comments:

  1. Improvements in packaging are always welcome in the foodservice industry. Check out the CHD Expert Foodservice Database to connect with businesses who could benefit from these sustainable products: http://www.chd-expert.com/

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  2. I want to thanks EPI for educating people about packaging. This post is informative with some very important and useful tips. I want you to read this topic as this post deserves your time. I can see the effort you put in your work. Thanks.

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