At this juncture in our society, there is a big push for businesses and materials to be more environmentally friendly. However, if you have just recently jumped on the “green” train, it can be very overwhelming to know where to start. Luckily there is a product from BioMass Packaging that makes it easy for those working in the foodservice industry to move toward creating a smaller carbon footprint without sacrificing product quality.
We were delighted to be invited for an interview with Derek Lartaud, who writes for Richmond Confidential, a local online news site. Derek dropped by the office and even took some rather good photos. Since Derek did such a thorough job of telling our story, we thought you might enjoy it. The nice folks at Richmond Confidential gave us permission to reprint it here, and the original article is online here.
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.