About Paper Bag
Paper bags have come a long way since their humble beginnings in the mid-eighteenth century, with manufacturers developing paper bags that are more resilient and durable. Their box-shaped design also allows them to stand upright and hold more goods at once. When compared with plastic bags, they are also much safer. For example, a child is not likely to suffocate from accidentally putting a paper bag over their head, as they are with plastic bags.
Paper bags have become something of a fashion and status symbol in today’s market, due to the amount of time and effort that brands spend designing an attractive paper bag for their wares. With attractive paper bags that advertise the company’s brand, customers are providing a form of free advertising and endorsement.
Paper bags also offer many Eco-friendly benefits to those who use them. They can be taken care of and continually reused. They are both recyclable and biodegradable. Paper bags are made from a renewable natural resource, can be reused repeatedly and can be shipped to a paper mill and remade into new paper. In fact, it actually requires less energy for paper bags to be recycled than it does for plastic. Paper bags are also biodegradable and pose less of a threat to the environment and wildlife.