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REDUCE, REUSE, RECYCLE

We're always working closely with suppliers to find new ways to reduce packaging, while making sure your food stays fresh during transit. 

BOX

What is it made of?

Our boxes are made from 70% recycled paper & 30% virgin kraft paper - they are 100% recyclable. 

Where should it go? 

Place your box in your recycling bin after use.

ICE PACKS

What is it made of?

The outer tubing of each gel pack is made from Low Density Polyethylene (LDPE4) and is 100% Recyclable. The  contents are a non-toxic gel made up of 99.5% water and 0.5% Sodium Polyacrylate. This is easily disposed of if you no longer want to reuse your ice pack.

Where should it go? 

To dispose of the gel, simply empty the contents into your household bin. Alternatively, you could add the gel to your garden bed as it helps soil to retain water!  

The plastic outer is 100% recyclable at RedCycle collection points. Find your nearest RedCycle collection point here: http://redcycle.net.au/redcycle/locator

INSULATION BAGS

What is it made of?

Low-density polyethylene (LDPE), a lightweight soft plastic. We combine all dairy and protein for your meals into one single bag to reduce packaging.

Where should it go? 

You can dispose of our insulation bags at your nearest RedCycle collection points. Find your RedCycle collection point here: http://redcycle.net.au/redcycle/locator

PAPER BAGS

What is it made of?

Our dish bags are 100% recyclable and are manufactured in a FSC (Forestry Stewardship Council) and PEFC (Program for the Endorsement of Forestry Certification) accredited facility.

Where should it go? 

Place your dish bags in your paper recycling bin after use.

INGREDIENTS PACKAGING

What is it made of?

Our ingredient packaging is made from both firm and soft plastic - mostly LDPE and polypropylene.

Where should it go?

You can dispose of our soft-plastic bags at a RedCycle collection point. Find your nearest RedCycle collection point here: http://redcycle.net.au/redcycle/locator

Our hard plastic items (containing curry pastes, olives, anchovies etc) are accepted by most city recycling programs, check your local recycling information to confirm.


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