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Bringing in Innovations
using the Packaging Value Chain
Speaker: Dr. Claire Koelsch Sand
Founder and Owner, Packaging Tech...
Agenda
• Value Chain defined
• Value defined
• Shared value
• Shared value and Value Chain derived innovations:
• Food saf...
Supply Chain & Value Chain
Supply Chain finesse has allowed food and the food packaging industry to evolve:
1950-1980s
• P...
Supply Chain & Value Chain
Supply Chain finesse has allowed food and the food packaging industry to evolve:
1950-1980s
• P...
Supply Chain & Value Chain
Value Chain history:
1990s
• Drucker’s “knowledge worker”
• Porter’s Value Chain
• Grenier’s or...
Supply Chain & Value Chain
Now
• Logistics “figured out”, the
focus on value becomes more
relevant
• Value is assessed dow...
Agenda
• Value Chain defined
• Value defined
• Shared value
• Shared value and Value Chain derived innovations:
• Food saf...
The Concept of Value
• Value:
• Has context
• Is experiential
• Has a subjective nature
• Occurs when needs are met
Value ...
Value: has context
• Before the 1980s, sustainable
packaging had little consumer
resonance or value
9Value defined
The val...
Value: has context
• Before the 1980s, sustainable
packaging had little consumer
resonance or value
• In 2015, REACH initi...
Value: is experiential
• Relationships between companies gain more traction if the companies experience
value the same way...
Value: has a subjective nature
Trust of partners in the packaging value chain aligns:
• With inexperienced packaging profe...
Value: occurs when need are met
• Needs within each link of the value chain are met
• Retailer needs emerged as primary in...
Agenda
• Value Chain defined
• Value defined
• Shared value
• Shared value and Value Chain derived innovations:
• Food saf...
Shared Value
15Shared value
Shared Value
16
Shared value strategies identify key social issues that offer the greatest business opportunities and
then...
Shared Value Minimized
17Shared value
Shared Value Minimized Results
18Shared value
Value Chain Focus – with Shared Value
19Shared value
Agenda
• Value Chain defined
• Value defined
• Shared value
• Shared value and Value Chain derived innovations:
• Food saf...
Increase food safety with shared value
Balancing food safety costs throughout the value chain is needed to add value and
i...
Agenda
• Value Chain defined
• Value defined
• Shared value
• Shared value and Value Chain derived innovations:
• Food saf...
Increase sustainability using shared value
The estimated 40% of consumer food, 26% of
convenience store food and 10%
23Val...
Increase sustainability using shared value
The estimated 40% of consumer food, 26% of
convenience store food and 10%
24Val...
Increase sustainability using shared value
Measurement is increased sustainability throughout system
2 Case studies :
1. M...
Increase sustainability using shared value: Minute Maid
not extended to packaging
Measurement was increased sustainability...
Increase sustainability using shared value: how to
involve the value chain
More shared value oriented and value chain sust...
Increase sustainability using shared value: Rogers Coffee
A packaging value chain stretches into the realm of shared value...
Agenda
• Value Chain defined
• Value defined
• Shared value
• Shared value and Value Chain derived innovations:
• Food saf...
Reduce costs with Shared Value
• Growing realization that packaging suppliers can not sustain nor improve quality if:
• Fo...
Reduce costs using shared value: BBQ sauce
Measurement is cost savings throughout system
• Case study: BBQ sauce: Packed o...
Reduce costs using shared value: BBQ sauce
Measurement is cost savings throughout system
• Case study: BBQ sauce: Packed o...
Food Packaging Industry is ripe for Value Chain initiatives
33
raw materials for packaging
converted
packaging
manufacture...
Food Packaging Value Chain and Shared Value Checklist
 Identify key social issues are important to you company’s bottom l...
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Bringing in Innovations using Packaging Value Chains by Dr. Claire Sand

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Presentation by Dr. Claire Sand titled: Bringing in Innovations using Packaging Value Chains.

With 30 years of experience across the food science and packaging spectrum, Dr Claire Sand through her company, Packaging Technology & Research, offers clients solutions using Strategy, Technology, Consulting and coaching.

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Dr. Claire Sand | Owner, Packaging Technology & Research, LLC; Adjunct Professor, Michigan State University; Columnist for Food Technology Magazine
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Bringing in Innovations using Packaging Value Chains by Dr. Claire Sand

  1. 1. Bringing in Innovations using the Packaging Value Chain Speaker: Dr. Claire Koelsch Sand Founder and Owner, Packaging Technology and Research Adjunct Professor, Michigan State University Executive Committee, Food Packaging Division Moderators and Food Packaging Division Chairs: Dr. Valentina Trinetta Dr. Hossein Daryaei
  2. 2. Agenda • Value Chain defined • Value defined • Shared value • Shared value and Value Chain derived innovations: • Food safety • Sustainability • Cost savings 2 raw materials for packaging converted packaging manufactured packaging components Combined product and package distributed product and package sold product and package discarded product and package Packaging Value Chain Interfaces
  3. 3. Supply Chain & Value Chain Supply Chain finesse has allowed food and the food packaging industry to evolve: 1950-1980s • Post war era saw efficiencies grow • Reduced energy costs associated with distribution led to JIT and ECR Value chain defined 3
  4. 4. Supply Chain & Value Chain Supply Chain finesse has allowed food and the food packaging industry to evolve: 1950-1980s • Post war era saw efficiencies grow • Reduced energy costs associated with distribution led to JIT and ECR 1980s and 1990s • Supply chain management • Global sourcing • Commoditization • Strategic alliances 4Value chain defined
  5. 5. Supply Chain & Value Chain Value Chain history: 1990s • Drucker’s “knowledge worker” • Porter’s Value Chain • Grenier’s organization growth 2000s • Need beyond logistics to be competitive • TBL – people-profit-planet • Sweet spots • Sustainability wave for US and continued globally 5Value chain defined
  6. 6. Supply Chain & Value Chain Now • Logistics “figured out”, the focus on value becomes more relevant • Value is assessed down the supply chain from post- consumer and consumer to raw materials • Value chain food packaging initiatives are: • Food safety • Sustainability • Cost savings 6Value chain defined raw materials for packaging converted packaging manufactured packaging components Combined product and package distributed product and package sold product and package discarded product and package Packaging Value Chain Interfaces
  7. 7. Agenda • Value Chain defined • Value defined • Shared value • Shared value and Value Chain derived innovations: • Food safety • Sustainability • Cost savings 7 raw materials for packaging converted packaging manufactured packaging components Combined product and package distributed product and package sold product and package discarded product and package Packaging Value Chain Interfaces
  8. 8. The Concept of Value • Value: • Has context • Is experiential • Has a subjective nature • Occurs when needs are met Value defined 8
  9. 9. Value: has context • Before the 1980s, sustainable packaging had little consumer resonance or value 9Value defined The value of a quality of packaging varies with its context:
  10. 10. Value: has context • Before the 1980s, sustainable packaging had little consumer resonance or value • In 2015, REACH initiatives and EN standards have altered global markets • Sustainability has value within developing and developed countries The context has changed 10Value defined The value of a quality of packaging varies with its context:
  11. 11. Value: is experiential • Relationships between companies gain more traction if the companies experience value the same way • Value in the value chain is often trust 11Value defined
  12. 12. Value: has a subjective nature Trust of partners in the packaging value chain aligns: • With inexperienced packaging professionals and organizations • When economic downturns cause disruption • Oji & others provide counterfeit recycled content 12Value defined
  13. 13. Value: occurs when need are met • Needs within each link of the value chain are met • Retailer needs emerged as primary in 1990s • Post consumer needs are emerging as primary • If COC built in, value increases 13Value defined
  14. 14. Agenda • Value Chain defined • Value defined • Shared value • Shared value and Value Chain derived innovations: • Food safety • Sustainability • Cost savings 14 raw materials for packaging converted packaging manufactured packaging components Combined product and package distributed product and package sold product and package discarded product and package Packaging Value Chain Interfaces
  15. 15. Shared Value 15Shared value
  16. 16. Shared Value 16 Shared value strategies identify key social issues that offer the greatest business opportunities and then develop innovative solutions to address those issues. And for food packaging, this is: Food safety • I wish we had more trust in our supplier to use HACCP… • Need for more educated work force • Commoditization of packaging and food Sustainability • I wish we could reduce packaging… • Higher energy costs (due to dwindling supplies) • Government policies ideally internalize social costs of pollution Costs • I wish they would help me reduce total product and package costs… • Higher raw material costs (due to lack of reuse/recycling) • Profits coming at the expense of the community Shared value
  17. 17. Shared Value Minimized 17Shared value
  18. 18. Shared Value Minimized Results 18Shared value
  19. 19. Value Chain Focus – with Shared Value 19Shared value
  20. 20. Agenda • Value Chain defined • Value defined • Shared value • Shared value and Value Chain derived innovations: • Food safety • Sustainability • Cost savings 20 raw materials for packaging converted packaging manufactured packaging components Combined product and package distributed product and package sold product and package discarded product and package Packaging Value Chain Interfaces
  21. 21. Increase food safety with shared value Balancing food safety costs throughout the value chain is needed to add value and increase safety • Track and Trace and RFID and other technologies • Costs need to be balanced • CPGs often pay all cost, but all benefit and this has slowed adoption • Apply early in value chain to packaging component (closure) to value to entire chain • Track supply • Use in recalls • Integrate O2, H2O sensors • Consumer information – allergies, diabetes • Reuse • Ease of recycling, tag reuse • Increase value of post consumer packaging 21Value chain and shared value derived food safety
  22. 22. Agenda • Value Chain defined • Value defined • Shared value • Shared value and Value Chain derived innovations: • Food safety • Sustainability • Cost savings 22 raw materials for packaging converted packaging manufactured packaging components Combined product and package distributed product and package sold product and package discarded product and package Packaging Value Chain Interfaces
  23. 23. Increase sustainability using shared value The estimated 40% of consumer food, 26% of convenience store food and 10% 23Value chain and shared value derived sustainability
  24. 24. Increase sustainability using shared value The estimated 40% of consumer food, 26% of convenience store food and 10% 24Value chain and shared value derived sustainability
  25. 25. Increase sustainability using shared value Measurement is increased sustainability throughout system 2 Case studies : 1. Minute Maid Mango Juice in Kenya 2. Roger’s Coffee 25Value chain and shared value derived sustainability
  26. 26. Increase sustainability using shared value: Minute Maid not extended to packaging Measurement was increased sustainability throughout system • Case study Minute Maid Mango Juice in Kenya: move from external source to internal sources for ingredients and package • Project Nuture Kenya and Uganda goals: • Move from external sources to internal sources for ingredients and packaging • Resulted in: • Consistent quality mango supply for export and purchase by local bottlers • Doubled the income of 50,000 smallholder mango and passion fruit farmers (>50% women) in Kenya and Uganda • Need to stretch value chain to packaging and add further shared value by: • Design for Recovery • Build recycling infrastructure 26Value chain and shared value derived sustainability
  27. 27. Increase sustainability using shared value: how to involve the value chain More shared value oriented and value chain sustainable solutions in: Design for Recovery • Paper & film - air float separation • Steel - magnetic separation • Aluminum - Eddy currents • PE, PP, PET, PS - NIR and float density Use of Recycled or compostable plastics • rHDPE Envision • rPET Build Composting and Recycling Infrastructure 27Value chain and shared value derived sustainability
  28. 28. Increase sustainability using shared value: Rogers Coffee A packaging value chain stretches into the realm of shared value can achieve a higher degree of sustainability Roger’s Coffee Company • Coffee shared value: Growers and manufacturing coffee • Training, $, personal relationship, carbon-negative footprint • Packaging shared value: Materials now at 97% bio-based and compostable • Polymer source • New profits from bio-based materials and industrial & home composting • Opportunities to extend shared value: • Partnering with composters to add more industrial composting sites • Connect down the value chain is was done with coffee growers 28Value chain and shared value derived sustainability
  29. 29. Agenda • Value Chain defined • Value defined • Shared value • Shared value and Value Chain derived innovations: • Food safety • Sustainability • Cost savings 29 raw materials for packaging converted packaging manufactured packaging components Combined product and package distributed product and package sold product and package discarded product and package Packaging Value Chain Interfaces
  30. 30. Reduce costs with Shared Value • Growing realization that packaging suppliers can not sustain nor improve quality if: • Focus is solely on price • Package components are commoditized • Suppliers are marginalized • The total cost of food and package needs to be balanced • Shared value of: • Making profit synergistically • Joint technology advances • Yogurt (bifidobacteria protection), produce (Innov-Lok) • Focus on specific customer/industry 30Value chain and shared value derived cost savings
  31. 31. Reduce costs using shared value: BBQ sauce Measurement is cost savings throughout system • Case study: BBQ sauce: Packed once a year, shelf life of 18 months, PET package • Converting to combination paper-polymer with 50% reduction in cost • Suppliers of bottle, cap, and inner seal unable to reduce system costs • Innovation missing 31Value chain and shared value derived cost savings
  32. 32. Reduce costs using shared value: BBQ sauce Measurement is cost savings throughout system • Case study: BBQ sauce: Packed once a year, shelf life of 18 months, PET package • Converting to combination paper-polymer with 50% reduction in cost • Suppliers of bottle, cap, and inner seal unable to reduce system costs • Innovation missing • New cluster of: film, paper, cap allows for 2-stage solution • Distribution package in high barrier film within corrugated case • Retail and consumer package lined molded pulp base and integrated cap • Lowers system costs by ~50% and uses shared value through: • Reducing energy use, raw materials, • Maintaining existing jobs within CPG and clustered film and molded pulp industries • Investing in new technology within stagnant paperboard industry • Increasing ability to add and retain nutrients with package concept • Lowering packaging material costs and use • Lowering system recycling costs since concentrated at retailer 32Value chain and shared value derived cost savings
  33. 33. Food Packaging Industry is ripe for Value Chain initiatives 33 raw materials for packaging converted packaging manufactured packaging components Combined product and package distributed product and package sold product and package discarded product and package Packaging Value Chain Interfaces
  34. 34. Food Packaging Value Chain and Shared Value Checklist  Identify key social issues are important to you company’s bottom line.  Determine which value chain members also have these important issue.  Define value (context, experiential, subjective, meeting needs).  Build trust and agility into organizational frameworks so that new value chain initiatives are achievable.  Identify key partners that your company needs to align with to address this social issue in a manner that makes solid business sense.  Develop a goal that address the core issue and that makes business sense.  Expand issue to work up, down, and across the value chain to ensure partnerships are aligned.  Align to deliver innovation and balance costs and benefits in value chain.  Continue to expand issue to pervade relationships within the value chain. 34

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