A few key brands are ditching hard-to-recycle or single-use packaging in favor of materials like paper and metal to help consumers curb waste without forgoing their favorite food & bev

Today's most innovative brands are going beyond the basics of recycling, offering new kinds of packaging alternatives that are completely recyclable. Don't miss the following innovations from leading food & bev companies making it easy for people to reduce waste related to everyday consumption:

Guinness 
Redefining the classic six-pack, Guinness is rolling out a more sustainable beer pack that's 100% recyclable, from the cans to the packaging.  The beer brand also removed the traditional plastic ring carriers to reduce waste, instead opting for recyclable and biodegradable cardboard packaging.

PepsiCo
Food and beverage conglomerate PepsiCo is experimenting with plastic alternatives. Rather than utilizing single-use plastic in Aquafina's packaging, the brand is repackaging some of the water in aluminum containers, which are much easier to be recycled than plastic.

Nestlé
Food and beverage conglomerate Nestlé substituted the non-recyclable plastic packaging of its Yes! snack bars. Now, the company is breaking through with durable paper packaging, making it less likely to be simply thrown away. This packaging is the first of its kind and is easy to recycle.

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Today's most innovative brands are going beyond the basics of recycling, offering new kinds of packaging alternatives that are completely recyclable. Don't miss the following innovations from leading food & bev companies making it easy for people to reduce waste related to everyday consumption:

Guinness  Redefining the classic six-pack, Guinness is rolling out a more sustainable beer pack that's 100% recyclable, from the cans to the packaging.  The beer brand also removed the traditional plastic ring carriers to reduce waste, instead opting for recyclable and biodegradable cardboard packaging.