Down with plastic packaging! These pioneering products use compostable packages that can break down in either your backyard or at a municipal composter.
This brand’s new Gone4Good packaging, made from compostable materials, took years to perfect. Composed of FSC-certified eucalyptus and birch trees and printed with nontoxic inks, it both protects the quinoa inside and biodegrades in your home composter.
Numi’s soy-printed tea boxes are compostable, but we’re most excited by the brand’s continuing work to develop an overwrap (the material that seals in tea’s freshness) made from Forest Stewardship Council (FSC)-certified eucalyptus trees.
These gluten-free, USDA Organic rice chips contain ample seaweed and are encased in a compostable bag certified by the Biodegradable Products Institute, which guarantees compost claims. Ocean’s Halo also donates to make free kids’ aquarium trips possible.
This conscious brand cleaned up microwave popcorn by ditching the chemical-coated popcorn bags, replacing them instead with compostable bags that break down in your home composter.
4 pioneering products with #compostable packaging (via @deliciousliving)
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