Originally, some thought a Japanese tsunami caused an uptick in trash flooding Hawaii’s shoreline, but a new survey suggests otherwise. Plastic that has dangerous chemicals used to euthanize animals, et al. is washing up on what we use to think of as paradise. Premier Classic Products has the answer to a lot of this problem. Visit http://www.pregrp.com
In a recent report from NBC News’ Nicole Audrey, she states that “73% of consumers said that they would be willing to pay more for a product that offers complete transparency.” That is why we make Premier Classic Products 100% plastic food containers. Visit:pregrp.com for details. Read the article at the link below.
The following link from Alternet has all the answers. You will be surpised when you read them: http://www.alternet.org/food/why-have-presidential-candidates-ignored-americas-food-issues
Cardia Bioplastics is a global developer, manufacturer and marketer of sustainable resins derived from renewable resources. Their Biohybrid and compostable resins deliver packaging and plastics products with a lower carbon footprint. Learn more about what else they are doing at cardiabioplastics.com!
EA stands for estrogenic activity. Unfortunately, it can leach into plastic products and packaging and has been proved to create problems associated with endocrine disruption
which may include higher rates of some cancers, altered reproductive functions, early puberty, obesity, learning disabilities, and behavioral changes. One company is tackling this problem head-on! It’s called Plastipure. Learn more at http://www.plastipure.com
Just as we at Premier Group International have been promoting non-animal byproducts in plastic, a new group is certifying food to contain no GMO’s! A trend PGI has had interest in for several years and growing!
Read the article: https://www.specialtyfood.com/news/article/new-certification-seal-asserts-non-gmo-status-organic-foods/
A recent article by FLORENCE WILLIAMS, Good Housekeeping magazine, tells you the safety of 31 containers, lids, bags, wraps, and liners. Read more at http://www.goodhousekeeping.com/product-reviews/consumer-protection/plastic-safety-heat-food.