PMMI Podcast

Episode #67 - Is Paper the New Plastic

Guest: Pat Reynolds, Editor Emeritus, Packaging World

Joining us on this episode is Packaging and Processing Hall of Fame member and Editor Emeritus of Packaging World, Pat Reynolds. Reynolds discusses the emergence of paper bottles and some pretty big names, including Nestle, Unilever and L’Oreal, who have started incorporating these groundbreaking bottles essentially made out of recycled paperboard and old newspapers. 


Pat Reynolds

Pat Reynolds
Pat Reynolds

Pat Reynolds has been a packaging journalist since 1983. He was part of the team who launched Packaging World in 1993, and he was named VP/Editor of the magazine in 2002. Pat's career has taken him to countless packaging operations, technical conferences, and converting plants, not only across the U.S., but internationally as well. Pat holds a B.A. in English from the University of Illinois, an M.A. in English from University of Wisconsin, and an M.A. in Anglo-Irish Literature from University College Dublin.

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