The company has changed the materials used in the making of new eco-friendly and sustainable version of pod packaging
Los Angeles-based cannabis holding company Shryne Group has unveiled new sustainable pod packaging for its STIIIZY brand.
The company has changed the materials used in the making of new eco-friendly and sustainable version of pod packaging, thereby enabling to easily recycle after usage.
The team has also focused on minimising the use of material on overall packaging, and replaced the paper user manual with a QR code.
Avoiding the use of tiny pamphlets, the move enables an easy access to digital version by scanning the code with smart phone.
Shryne has also reduced packaging waste with a new inner tray design, thereby offering a smaller version of original packaging.
Various changes to the package design consist of a redesigned label, including the holographic authentication sticker on packages.
The changes also include the placement of strain name call-out on the front, as well as child-resistant and tamper-evident punch-out mechanism on the back. It allowed to place batch labels on the left side, which double as tamper-evident labels.
The STIIIZY products with new package design are available in all markets, including California, Michigan, Nevada, Washington, and Arizona.
Shryne Group marketing director Jackie Kim said: “This effort is one of many STIIIZY implementations in becoming a green, environmentally conscious company, and sustainability is a mindset we want to bring to all our efforts.”
The company’s DTLA storefront Case in point provides a recycling programme for pods and disposable batteries,
With around 2,200 employees across business lines, Shryne Group has cultivation, manufacturing, and distribution facilities in Humboldt County, Los Angeles, Oakland, and Lompoc.