Our boxes are not only recyclable but have also FSC approval, ensuring responsible sourcing and sustainable forestry practices.
After enjoying your meal, simply drain the water from the ice pack, and recycle the plastic packaging for a second life.
Our reusable and compostable wool liners not only offer excellent insulation but are also designed with sustainability in mind. The casing of the wool liner is recyclable as well, further minimizing waste. If you have Woolcool liners, you can return itto the Woolcool manufacturer using the following link:https://www.woolcool.com/woolcool-royal-mail-returns/. If you have Puffinliners, you can keep it at home for now. Our liner return program will belaunched soon, and you will receive an email notification at that time.
While the film used in our vacuum-sealed packaging may not be recyclable—a challenge faced by many food production companies—we recognise that as a small business, influencing industry supply and technology is beyond our immediate capacity. However, what we can do is prioritise the selection of materials with lower volume and make concerted efforts to minimise usage. Most of our meat packs come in large quantities equivalent to or greater than similar supermarket meat packaging, helping reduce the overall plastic footprint.
All our plastic containers and lids are widely recyclable, promoting a circular economy and reducing the environmental impact.
We package our vegetables in two types of containers: for dry vegetables, we use paper boxes that are fully recyclable, while for those with liquid content or not suitable for paper packaging, we use recyclable plastic containers. Although the film used in our vegetable containers may not be recyclable, the trays are made from recycled rPET plastic and are designed to be recycled, aligning with our commitment to sustainability.