Our Natural Kraft Food Trays have become one of the most popular products at our webstore (http://biomasspackagingstore.com/). It took us awhile to figure out what attracted our customers to them, but here is what we think makes this simple product so desirable.
Sustainable and sustainability have become very popular terms in recent months. These words mean different things to different people, which means marketers must use them carefully. But, for foodservice businesses with customer-facing operations, there's an opportunity to weave them into their core value proposition. Here's an example of how a restaurant is accomplishing that.
Our new line of high-performance supermarket trays, containers and portion cups for meat and poultry counters are made from bulrush and other compostable plant fibers.
Environmentally irresponsible they may be, but at least foam containers don’t wilt when hot food is added to them. We decided to take a crack at the soggy food container problem — and solved it.
Hot on the heels of our recent news about produce bags, we’re pleased to announce that we can now offer a bio-based and sustainable and compostable alternative to oil-based polypropylene and PVC coated cellophane bags.
It wasn’t easy to source a compostable replacement for the ubiquitous plastic produce bag that met key performance criteria. Excellent Packaging’s Allen King tells us more about the new bags that are greening produce aisles.