On Wed­nes­day the 28.03.2019 the mem­ber of the Bun­des­tag Kat­rin Staff­ler MdB visi­ted our pro­duc­tion site in Alling. As a cus­to­mer of some online shops that ship packed in our straw, such as Frank Juice, the Lam­pl­hof Hof­metz­ge­rei, and Wallner’s Bio­pu­ten, she alrea­dy had expe­ri­ence with our pack­a­ging. She used this oppor­tu­ni­ty to find out more about Land­pack and our products.

Cen­tral topics in the pro­gram of the Bun­des­tag dele­ga­tes are a las­ting envi­ron­men­tal poli­cy and more legis­la­ti­on against the pol­lu­ti­on of the oce­ans. The objec­ti­ves also inclu­de the appre­cia­ti­on and streng­t­he­ning of agri­cul­tu­re. Often it beco­mes a chal­len­ge to find com­mon ground on the­se goals. Land­pack, as a manu­fac­tu­rer of sus­tainab­le insu­la­ting pack­a­ging made from an agri­cul­tu­ral was­te pro­duct, is an examp­le of an app­li­ca­ti­on that shows how the pro­blem can be tack­led in an eco­no­mi­c­al­ly sen­si­ble way.

In con­ver­sa­ti­on with our foun­ders Patri­cia Eschenlohr and Tho­mas Mai­er-Eschenlohr, an acti­ve exchan­ge took place and it beca­me clear that local agri­cul­tu­re can be streng­t­he­ned and the envi­ron­ment pro­tec­ted at the same time.

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