All Decent Packaging products are commercially compostable.
Find out more information about the materials we use at Our Materials page.
Need packaging on the regular?
If you're a cafe, coffee roaster, or just need a simple way to order packaging on the regular.
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Small Dish: 700ml . Medium Dish: 900ml . Large Dish: 1200ml . Our new range of Dishes are made from the waste from sugarcane production which is called bagasse, the result is a diverse and easily malleable plant material that we can mould into loads of fantastic products. This new range is very versatile able to handle heat up to 180 degrees and performs great in a fridge or freezer. The natural brown colour is from us avoiding bleach in production.
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If you'd like to use Innocent Packaging at your cafe, eatery, restaurant, or business, get in touch and one of our team will say hello, we’d love to hear from you.
Composting,the ultimate recycling
We can build anything
The products of compost: Carbon, Hydrogen and Oxygen make up 99% of all organic molecules - the building blocks of all life. Will your salad container be repurposed into cos lettuce? Forget the rigidity of classic recycling, composting is part of the infinite, circular, cycle of natural life.
Decomposes within 12 weeks
All of our products are commercially compostable. This is because in commercial facilities we can guarantee at least 60 degree heat and therefore swift decomposition within 12 weeks.
Plastic recycling is broken
The most viable solution for single-use disposable packaging is a full cycle, organic recycling solution. Plant-based packaging waste can integrate into the organic waste system and be utilised as compost for the next generation of plants.
pieces of plastic taken out of circulation
Collectively our customers have reduced the amount of plastic in circulation through using plant-based alternatives.
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