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Box Liners Protect your produce as Harvest Season arrives!

Box Liners to package your delicate crops & keep them safe!

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What's the Hype in Hemp?

The History of Hemp Farming               

Hemp has been around for hundreds of years. In the past, Hemp was used for the basic necessities: food, shelter, netting, and clothing. Here in North America, hemp played a fundamental role in our...

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BRC 'AA' rating and why it is important for Food Packaging

PLASCON MAINTAINS BRC ‘AA’ PACKAGING CERTIFICATION 3 YEARS RUNNING!

Each year, to maintain our BRC Certified standing, Plascon undergoes an intensive 1-2 day audit process with an independent auditor who comes onsite and evaluates our production...

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We've Got a Box Liner for That!

Liners for Boxes, Cartons, Crates, & Bins

Boxes.  We send and receive them everyday, whether at home or work.  It is the most common form of storing and transporting products.  But what about when you need to protect the contents of the box with...

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Have you tried a Veggie Burger Lately?

Improved taste and texture makes veggie burgers popularity soar

Veggie burgers gain popularity among vegetarian and non-vegetarian consumers

In the past five years the Vegan Meat industry has totally changed as more and more non-vegetarians join...

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Communication Creates a Better Workplace

Positive Growth in Communication leads to a Happier Healthier Future for all Staff

Communications in the Workplace

March is a month of transition for people living in Northern Michigan. We’ve had a few serious storms in the past winter months,...

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The Balance of Time in Restaurant Operations

By John C.

The Value of Time

If you’re a busy restaurant owner or operator, then you already know the value of time.

The demands on a busy day in the service industry can be challenging for even the most organized, productive and effective operators....

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Box Liners for Fresh Cut Floral Arrangements

Note to self: Make sure you buy RED ROSES for Valentine’s Day!

Q: Where do RED ROSES come from in mid-February?

Most red roses sold for Valentine's Day in the U.S. are imported from South America despite the fact that California produces 60% of...

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Putting Michigan on the Menu

Making it in Michigan Marketplace Trade Show

November 8th, 2018 8am - 4pm

Join us in Lansing on Thursday, November 8th for the 11th Annual Making it in Michigan Conference & Marketplace Trade Show.  The event is hosted by the Michigan State...

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Overcoming Procrastination

Everyone struggles with procrastination – both personal and professional procrastination – even the most successful people.  In order to overcome the battle with procrastination, we must identify and understand why we procrastinate and then...

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