SAN DIEGO, Calif. – Seward Solutions has launched The Bio Lid, a 100% compostable and child-resistant lid for mason jars and those with the same neck finish. This innovative product aims to reduce the estimated hundreds of millions of tons of single-use plastic pollution, promote sustainability, and extend product shelf life in the cannabis industry.
The Bio Lid Benefits
Compostable: The Bio Lid is made from compostable materials, which can be reused and eventually become soil, reducing landfill waste.
Certified Child-Resistant: Independently tested, The Bio Lid is certified child-resistant, ensuring safe and compliant use as cannabis product packaging, as well as other applications.
Enhances Quality and Extends Shelf Life: When used with mason jars, The Bio Lid enables vacuum sealing, which can preserve the shelf life of products for up to 24 months or more.
Vacuum sealing also positively impacts the concentrations and development of cannabinoids and terpenes, resulting in improved flavor and quality.
Reduces Plastic Waste: By replacing traditional plastic packaging with The Bio Lid, SewardSolutions is committed to reducing plastic pollution and promoting a circular economy.
Seward Solutions is committed to providing eco-friendly packaging and product development services to the cannabis industry. In addition to The Bio Lid, Seward Solutions offers a range of sustainable packaging options, including full customization, recycled glass jars, canning lids, and labeling services, and more.
Seward also provides strategic consulting services to help businesses develop sustainable, environmentally responsible, high quality and successful products. The company can assist with product and brand development, formulation, supply chain management, procurement, S.O.P. development and strategy, helping businesses reduce their environmental impact and succeed in an ever-changing and competitive industry.
Seward Solutions works with all-size entities, including individual entrepreneurs, and is committed to lowering entry barriers for those adversely affected by prohibition.
For more information, visit TheBioLid.com or contact email@example.com.