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From compostable fibers to recyclable plastics, we explore the benefits and considerations of switching to sustainable food packaging and break down each sustainable food container option that is popular and at your fingertips for choosing.
Sustainability as a whole continues to trend into the new year. According to the National Restaurant Association “What’s Hot” culinary forecast for 2023, which saw a reflection of pandemic trends and current economic pressures in its forecast, zero waste/sustainability/upcycled foods is still trending. This leads us to refillable packaging within the realm of sustainability. Refillable
Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET) Photo by Erik Mclean: https://www.pexels.com/photo/blue-plastic-bottle-on-brown-dried-leaves-4077246/ PET stands for Polyethylene Terephthalate, which is a type of plastic that is used in the manufacturing of plastic bottles. PET has been around since the 1960s and it was developed by John Rex Whinfield and James Tennant Dickson at Imperial Chemical Industries (ICI) in 1941. Pet
What is PHA Biopolymer? PHA, which is short for polyhydroxyalkanoates, is a class of bioplastic polymers, bio-based and bio-derived from feedstocks such as sugar beet and canola. PHA is a naturally occurring group of polyesters. “The natural occurrence of polyesters was observed as early as 1908 by Bougault and Bourdier•, who showed that the waxes
Bioplastic came to be out of necessity and demand, but at first, it came as science. The first synthesized polymer was created by chemist Théophile-Jules Pelouze in 1845 ¹, but later on, the claim of “discovery” was bestowed upon a scientist by the name of Wallace Corothers in the 1920s. Corothers was no stranger to
With the cry for more plastic and less plastic simultaneously echoing across the planet, one thing is for sure, there are alternatives to plastic, styrofoam, and other potentially harmful packaging choices. Bagasse fiber is one of them. What is Bagasse Fiber Bagasse (/bəˈɡæs/ bə-GAS) What is it? In short, it’s a byproduct of the sugarcane
Eco-friendly Certifications and What They Mean Consumers have spoken and they want eco-friendly products. That includes the packaging of their takeaway food. They look for certified products and read labels, check company profiles online, and quite often base their loyalty to businesses on whether or not they use eco-friendly, compostable, biodegradable, and sustainable products. So