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Look at the usage laws of other countries to stipulate the standards for packaging

using the laws to further regulate the packaging industry can enhance the fair competitiveness of the packaging industry and maintain the healthy and sustainable development of the packaging industry. Let's see how other countries regulate it

Germany: the packaging regulation stipulates that the volume and weight of packaging should be reduced to meet the minimum requirements of protecting commodity safety and ensuring commodity hygiene, and can be accepted by consumers. Where the packaging volume obviously exceeds 10% of the commodity itself and the packaging cost obviously exceeds 30% of the commodity, it should be judged as a commercial fraud infringing on the rights and interests of consumers. If the volume of the carton is expanded, people will have an illusion, which belongs to deceptive packaging

Japan: the newly issued "new packaging guidelines" stipulates that it is required to minimize the volume of the packaging container, use an additional layer of covering material to reduce fading, and the vacancy in the container should not exceed 20% of the container volume; The packaging cost should not exceed 15% of the selling price of the product due to the long fiber segments intertwined to form the internal structure skeleton of the fiber

South Korea: the standard on the packaging methods of various types of products clearly stipulates the packaging space and packaging level (several layers of packaging): the packaging of various processed food, alcohol, nutrition and health products, cosmetics, detergents, daily sundries, drugs, etc. cannot exceed two levels of optimization and upgrading of traditional industries; Canned and bottled beverages, shirts and underwear can only have one layer of packaging; The packaging space of beverages, alcohol, cosmetics (including aromatics, excluding perfume), detergents, shirts and underwear shall not exceed 10%; The packaging space of processed food and health nutrition products is within 15%; The packaging space of sweets, snacks and drugs shall not exceed 20%; The packaging space of stationery, wallet and belt is less than 30%; The packaging space of fancy cakes, toys and masks shall not exceed 35%. South Korea also regards excessive packaging of goods as an illegal act. If manufacturers do not reduce the packaging ratio and layers of products in accordance with government regulations, they will be fined up to 3million won

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