Most Hungarians aim to be sustainable during holidays
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Some 88% of Hungarians intend to take sustainability steps during the holidays, according to the latest representative research of Rondo Hullámkartongyártó Kft., profitline.hu reports.
The survey examined the impact of education on the Hungarian population regarding waste, how customer habits have changed in this field, and whether they pay attention to sustainability during the holidays.
The survey shows that more than a third of the Hungarian population prefers products with environmentally friendly packaging.
Some 29% keep it in mind, 8% think it essential, while 57% consider it but do not base their purchase decision upon it, and 7% completely ignore this factor.
Another 74% of those surveyed said they would pay more for a product sold in environmentally friendly packaging.
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