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  • Toy brand makes eco packaging fun to play with
  • Toy brand makes eco packaging fun to play with
    Markus Spiske (2018) ©
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Toy brand makes eco packaging fun to play with

With plastic waste a top-of-mind issue for eco-conscious consumers, brands are adapting their products with an emphasis on sustainability. Responding to this, Educational Insights has released a rocket ship toy packaged in a box that doubles as a launchpad, so that nothing goes to waste.

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