The AmericaPack Summit 2021 invites Agatha Achindu, the founder of Yummy Spoonfuls to discuss on the ways companies can minimize packaging with innovative solutions.
The AmericaPack Summit returns on 7 – 8 October in Las Vegas, USA and celebrates its 8th year in 2021. This summit gathers America’s leading packaging executives and innovative suppliers and solution providers LIVE at a premium location, the Wynn Encore, Las Vegas, NV.
The summit’s primary focus is to provide a platform that effectively unites leading FMCG experts in an exclusive networking environment providing the opportunity to pre-schedule one-to-one physical business meetings with key leading and forward-thinking executives.
Speakers include executives from Kellogg, Anheuser-Busch InBev, Loop and Microsoft.
Agatha suggests that one way to achieve reduced packaging waste, while ensuring recyclability is to place emphasis on minimalist designs. With the rise of e-commerce during global lockdowns and stay-at-home orders, “the un-boxing experience” has shown consumer the amount of “over-packaging” and it has challenged brands to find innovative solutions for effectively shipping packaging with minimal materials. Single material package designs are the most recyclable, and simplistic designs are trending.
Join this session and explore topics such as:
- Driving recyclability with minimalism
- Innovative solutions for e-commerce packaging
- Simplistic designing strategies
Agatha is a former IT executive at a Fortune 500 company, who left corporate America and launched Yummy Spoonfuls, a line of fresh-frozen organic food for kids, in 2006. She is a wellness entrepreneur, speaker, and educator who specializes in helping American families thrive, by transforming the way they live and feed their children.
Agatha is on an unrelenting mission to make healthy food convenient and accessible for busy parents and families. A Certified Integrative Nutrition Health Coach, she extends her mission further by offering a brand perspective that amplifies her message of whole living for modern times. She is also a regular contributor to the Washington Post and has appeared in notable media outlets such as the Today Show, CNN, CBS, Forbes, Fortune, and People Magazine.