great posts by bert and roughstock; it is more than brown paper bags and yet it`s exactly that too and you did a wonderful job with links and information.
A great thing about being a small company is how we get to do some really fun things with our product and packaging; I worry more about doing it right, fast, and making it cool than overall big-box green mandates.
We`ve created a "box-press" for all of our non-reseller shipments that gives us a nice regular looking shipping box on the outside, but when opened they see how we`ve used a used box ... some box guts look weird this way.
We have a note: "Give your box a second chance! Reuse before recycle or die!" (that last part is a joke), but the main thing is that our customer can`t help but realize how we reused a box (and saved $$ from zero material costs).
We are also getting ready to post a page on our website that gives links and plugs to place where people can get used cardboard boxes; and we`re always trying to cross-pollinate with "green companies" -- their people just think more and we need aware/thinking people for our tacos.
fyi. post us (I`m sure George is rattling around here somewhere too) if you want free Tiger Tacos ... like with our packaging above, it`s a duh that we want all of you guys to have tacos (to use and share with your friends; nudge, nudge, wink, wink).
, a simple taco maker:
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