Introducing Compostable Take Out Containers
So now you and your customers can look good on the go and feel good giving the planet a great big hug. 😘
What a "deli"-cious idea 😉
Say hello to our latest super versatile deli containers made from plant-based materials.
Brand Spanking New for 2020
Our planet friendly take-out collection will turn you into a zero-waste superstar in no time! We've put together the most popular on-the-go items from BPI certified compostable hot cups to extra sturdy to-go boxes with enhanced leak resistance to protect against soggy bottoms.
Bioplastic Food Packaging
Stackable and re-sealable, our plant-based packaging is designed to keep your goodies in tip-top shape and looking their most delectable. More freshness and less damage means better sales and lower food waste, and who doesn’t like the sound of that?
Compostable Take Out Containers
From food trucks to fancy restaurants, the trend toward on-the-go meals just keeps getting bigger. Whether you’re after biodegradable heavy weight boxes and plates that are super tough and leak resistant, or soup bowls and hot cup collections available in a variety of sizes we’ve got something for all your foodie needs.
Bioplastic Home/Business Products
With over 85% plant-based materials and no BPAs or other nasty stuff, cleaning up and saving the planet can be easy-peasy.
Get your products out safely! Our strong and lightweight 36-layer cast stretch wrap is also made from rapidly renewable sugarcane with 51% plant-based content. And it's extra clear to make scanning easy-peasy.
We heart our planet and all the people in it.
Many of the chemicals that have been outright banned or are on hazardous watchlists are used to make petroleum-based plastics.
Used responsibly, plant sources can grow back annually. Fossil fuels might grow back every bazillion years or so. Slight difference.
Have you heard? Less than 15% of plastics actually get recycled. And before we go, we should also talk about downcycling...
If someone tells you it’s compostable before testing and certifying your specific packaging, you might be getting fleeced.