Objective: zero plastic by 2025. Committed for several years to reducing the use of plastic from the oil industry, the Atlantic Nature laboratory marketed under the name of Nat&Form marks a new stage by eradicating its plastic pill boxes. With this change, the Breton company favors eco-responsible packaging.
Recycled cardboard containers, caps and pillboxes made of 100% recyclable sugar cane, these are the new eco-responsible materials selected and used by the Atlantic Nature laboratory, in Kervignac (56), to replace plastic. “True to our ethical commitments to the environment and its preservation, we are gradually taking action to permanently ban any use of plastic material from the oil industry in our laboratory”, explain the managers of the laboratory in their press release.
Since January 2020, this Breton company has been working to replace its plastic pill boxes with a 100% vegetable material, made entirely from sugar cane residue. This change began with the replacement of 200-capsule pillboxes, then at the start of 2022, with 120-capsule pillboxes. To date, the Breton company has passed around 93% of its products with eco-responsible packaging. The goal is to reach 100% by 2025.
Established in Brittany for 25 years, the Atlantic Nature laboratory marketed under the name of Nat&Form, offers more than 900 references which are distributed in more than 4,000 points of sale at the national level, in pharmacies, parapharmacies and organic shops.