Welcome to the Stag Print summer e-newsletter. It’s been a busy few months for us and our customers. Read about a longstanding food business with an interesting tale to tell, why our MD is dusting off his running shoes, the top trends in sustainable packaging, and our ever-popular print fulfilment service.

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Food for thought
Our customers come from all walks of life with none more diverse than those in the food industry. We’ve worked on packaging for everything from dried salad crisps and sweet treats to wonderful wines. But one longstanding foodie customer has a particularly interesting evolutionary tale to tell which we’ve shared on our blog. And their meals are super-delicious too!
Running for Oakleaf
As proud supporters of the mental health charity Oakleaf, our managing director Sushil Patel has agreed to take part in the Twilight Runway Challenge. The fundraising event is on Saturday 11 September where participants are encouraged to run (or walk, cycle, even hop and skip) 3K, 5K or 10K around the Blackbushe Airport airstrip near Camberley, Surrey.A message from Sush: Please visit my fundraising page here and if you can make a small donation please do, it really is a worthy cause, and even £5 will go a long way. Wish me luck! 🙂
Sustainable packaging trends
A recent report shows a definite shift in the world of packaging towards more sustainable approaches and products. The Two Sides Top Trends in Sustainable Packaging article reveals growing trends in increasing the use of AI (artificial intelligence), moving away from bubble wrap envelopes, upcycling waste materials, and even the introduction of recycled and recyclable paper drinks bottles.
More than just printers
At Stag Print, we do so much more than just print, which is why our one-stop shop print fulfilment service is ever-popular with our customers. They give us the brief and we manage the process – from printing, assembling, packaging, storing and shipping. It’s simple and easy and here’s how it works.