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Supply-Side of Supplements: an exploration of production, packaging, and labeling solutions

In our next panel of the Sustainable Beauty Inside Out Series, we focused on the supply-side of the nutricosmetics industry and how they’re focusing on the efforts for more sustainable practices.

We invited 4 guests from different parts of the supply chain; Primož Artač, Founder and CEO of Tosla Nutricosmetics, a liquid nutricosmetics manufacturer, Andreas Kunze, key account manager from Jamnik d.o.o. providing printed packaging, Rok Miklavčič from Mica d.o.o. a company specializing in the production of a wide array of plastic bottles, and Alessandro Solcia, production manager from Arca Sleeves, producer of shrink sleeve packaging solutions.


00:00 Introduction

02:30 What drives sustainability in the supply chain?

05:43 How consumer demand pushes the supply chain to be more sustainable

08:22 The biggest problem is legislation

10:58 Sustainable packaging might not be sustainable for the business

13:40 The importance of collaboration within the industry for achieving sustainability goals

20:32 Reusable transport packaging: more work and pushbacks from the business partners or mutual dedication?

23:09 The impact of regulatory guidelines and rules and sustainability standards on business operations

25:54 B Corp Certification

28:01 What is the future bringing? What are the biggest shifts in the supply chain?

32:04 Sustainability innovations in the plastic and paper industries

35:32 Nutricosmetics packaging: Plastic vs. Glass

39:21 Recap


Join us in the insightful ‘Sustainable Beauty Inside Out Series,’ where we navigate the intricate pathways of sustainability in the beauty sector. Our series comprised four dynamic discussions, tackling the essential themes of industry regulations, the initiatives brands are taking towards environmental friendliness, the critical roles played by manufacturers and packaging in the supply chain, and a deep dive into the realities of sustainable materials with expert Dr. Chris DeArmit.

The event was hosted by Matic Batagelj, a business strategist, currently serving as a marketing advisor and strategist at Tosla Nutricosmetics as well as the co-host of Nutricosmetics 2030 Show.




Nutricosmetics 2030 is an industry-specific content platform started by Tosla Nutricosmetics, including live and online events as well as The Nutricosmetics 2030 Show, a bi-weekly podcast, where we discuss various aspects of their work, from products, development, and science to business and marketing. Whether you’re a professional in the field, a conscious consumer, or just curious about the next big thing in beauty, this podcast is your go-to source for meaningful conversations that matter.



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