Food grade cardboard for boxes

VoodooJai
@voodoojai
12/19/17 12:34:53PM
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Hi all

Just like most others I am struggling to find custom packaging in smallish quantities. So I am considering actually making my own packaging but cant seem to find food grade cardboard/paper to make them from.

I am looking to get a plotter/cutter to create the boxes for my products.

So can any one suggest a place for cardboard/paper or is there a work around to use ordinary card, like wrapping separately internally then boxing. Mmmmhope I get some insight to this problem.

Thanks in advance Jai

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