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Sustainability Snacks: Labeling a Smarter Future with UPM Raflatac

Sustainability Snacks is Haney’s monthly web series that features exclusive interviews with our VIA ReSolve partners. Each episode is five minutes or less, providing quick and snackable content that aims to reveal some of the industry’s best sustainability secrets. 

In this episode, we sit down one-on-one with Tyler Matusevich, Sustainability Manager, Americas for UPM Raflatac to talk about Forest Film™, a sustainable plastic label made from 100 % renewable wood-based raw materials.

For more information on UPM Raflatac and their Forest Film line of labels, visit their website here. And, for more information on Haney’s VIA ReSolve Sustainable Packaging Program, click here

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