The new package is made from recyclable and renewable paper-based material. Benefits of the new tray include recycling income for the school districts, reduced fossil fuel use, a smaller carbon footprint, and improved ergonomics by reducing the weight of the case by half, note M&B and International Paper. The tray is said to weigh 35% less than a plastic crate and takes up 28% less refrigerator space than a plastic crate for the equivalent amount of servings. Ergonomically, the lighter ...

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