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Cut Flower Packaging Market | Industry Analysis and New Market Opportunities Explored

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Transparency Market Research delivers key insights on the cut flower packaging market in its published report, titled “Global Cut Flower Packaging Market: Industry Analysis and Opportunity Assessment, 2018–2027.” In terms of revenue, the global cut flower packaging market is estimated to expand at a CAGR of 4.8% during the forecast period, owing to numerous factors, about which TMR offers thorough insights and forecast in this report.

Cut flowers are flower buds trimmed from the plant bearing it. Cut flowers include a variety of flowers such as roses, carnations, orchids, lilies, and chrysanthemums among others. Cut flower packaging serves a dual purpose. It protects the flower buds as well as enhances its aesthetic appeal with a sophisticated finish. Cut flower packaging can be done in various packaging formats such as boxes & cartons, sleeves, and wrap sheets.

Cut Flower Packaging Market: TMR Key Findings

  • Among the various packaging types, the sleeves segment in the cut flower packaging market is witnessing higher growth and is projected to have a positive outlook during the forecast period. It is one of the most commonly used cut flower packaging formats for retail sales. It is the most attractive segment in the global cut flower packaging market for cut flower packaging, followed by the wrap sheets segment.

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  • Modified atmospheric (MAP) boxes are used for cut flower packaging. These boxes help in retaining the freshness for a longer time and reduce wastage of cut flowers due to spoilage.
  • Florists dominate the distribution channel in the cut flower packaging market. They use visually attractive formats for cut flower packaging and provide creative as well as personalized solutions to the customers.
  • Retail vendors and florists are using innovative wrapping materials to provide aesthetic appeal to cut flower packaging solutions. Burlaps and other jute-based wrappings are gaining traction in the cut flower packaging market.

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