Packaging is wasteful… it is an unfortunate truth. However, there are many ways to reduce, reuse, and recycle — and we strive to package our food with minimal landfill impact.
We use only 100% recyclable cardboard for our boxes and containers and strive to have over 35% post-consumer waste content.
What if our trash could produce life? We know it is a lofty concept, but it is the reason we have chosen our compostable bowl. Our bowl has a much better carbon story than paper, plastic, PLA and recycled resins. It is made from 100% reclaimed resources – it is the pulp remainders of sugarcane and bamboo that would otherwise be burned. Plus, both of these resources are rapidly renewable, which means that they grow back extremely fast and can be harvested many times a year. At the end of its life, this bowl (and any food left in it) can be composted in a commercial compost facility that accepts food service waste. We know there is a very small percentage of people who have a curbside compost program in their neighborhood, but we hope that if more companies use this type of packaging, we can lead the change of turning our trash into life.