Most of the packaging items that we use are recyclable, and we encourage our customers to reuse, then recycle the materials! We're always working to help ensure our packaging protects your ingredient's quality, while also being eco-friendly with a small carbon footprint. If you have any suggestions on innovative packaging materials, or recycling methods, please don't hesitate to contact us and let us know.
Cardboard Boxes and Kraft Paper
Cardboard and kraft paper can be broken down and recycled with your curbside recycling program or at your local recycling facility.
Plastic & Deli Containers
Plastic and deli containers can recycled with your curbside recycling program or at your local recycling facility.
Insulated Box Liners
Cotton and denim liners are created from post-consumer waste, and contain a large percentage of already recycled materials. After these materials have given their second life to keep your ingredients fresh in transit, you can remove the outer plastic liner and recycle at a local recycling drop-off that accepts #4 plastic film. Dispose the fabric liner with your normal trash pickup. Foil liners should be disposed with your normal trash pickup, as well.
During the wintertime months, we use a brown insulated liner made from post-consumer recycled goods. While it is not recyclable, our amazing customers have repurposed them in some truly clever ways! For example, the liner has been utilized for gardening, as insulation for various home appliances, or even as a stuffer for furniture, like a broken couch!
Save ice packs in your freezer and reuse them, or donate them to local charitable organizations. To recycle, simply cut the corner of the pack, drain the non-toxic gel into the garbage, then rinse out the bag and recycle at a local recycling drop-off that accepts #4 plastic film.
Plastic Bags & Film
Recycle at a local recycling drop-off that accepts #4 plastic film.