When it comes to the market of food, beverages, health, and wellness, the one thing which really affects the world in a very negative way is the sustainable practices of businesses, stakeholders and consumers. In this competitive world, when it has become very challenging for businesses to succeed, usually there comes a time when businesses and brands opt for easy and cheaper alternatives to run their business.
Despite, knowing the fact that how much it is going to harm the environment. Plastic products, wastage, and labour exploitation have become some common examples of business practices over the world. Global Warming has become a global threat, and climate change is not just a joke anymore in today’s world. A visit to the supermarket, restaurant, hotel or general store can get your eye on a number of products in plastic packaging.
In September 2015, the General Assembly adopted the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development which includes 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Building on the principle of “leaving no one behind”, the new Agenda emphasizes a holistic approach to achieving sustainable development for all. However, not much work has been done by countries, governments, and organizations on these goals.
Spirare, an Emotional Wellness Brand from India which is a market leader in selling emotional well-being teas for women across the country has chosen packaging that is biodegradable. Spirare is known to exert less of an overall impact on the environment than most other brands which are using plastic packaging. Biodegradable bags which Spirare is using are thick with high-quality zippers, which provide air-tight closure to keep your product fresh.
The efforts the Spirare brand has made in terms of sustainable packaging really need to be appreciated. In today's world, when quality packaging has become a key to sales, brands undermine the environment and go for plastic and unsustainable products. While Spirare has given more importance to the environment and is still able to provide a product whose quality and packaging surpass many of its competitors.
Spirare and its packaging provider have agreed to a contract relating to biodegradable packaging with an aim to follow all United Nation’s sustainable goals. This means that if one of these packages of Spirare falls into a field, it disappears completely without leaving any kind of toxic residue, becoming a fertilizer. As a result, the impact on the ecosystem is minimal. Moreover, after a consumer has completely consumed the Spirare tea, the biodegradable pouch can be reused to store something.
To buy your own set collection of Spirare tea made with pure natural extracts, and inspired by Ayurvedic herbs, visit their online store at https://www.spirare.in/
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