"Less plastic? The floriculture industry has accepted the challenge"

"Plastic is very useful, particularly in our industry," Jacco Duindam (Royal FloraHolland) begins by saying. "We just have to make sure it doesn't end up in the environment. That's why we should find an even better way to handle our transport packaging."

This year, Royal FloraHolland joined the Plastic Pact. They did that along with over 75 other companies and organisations. Reducing plastic is something they cannot do alone. It requires collaboration. They have found that collaboration in the Plastic Pact. "Everyone understands the importance of reducing plastic. Both in and outside of the floriculture industry. Therefore, more and more companies and organisations are participating."

Royal FloraHolland has taken on this challenge for its own transport packaging. They have already achieved two of the four objectives set by the Plastic Pact for 2025. They are working hard to achieve the other two. What challenges do they still face? Read all about it in this update.


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