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We work closely with suppliers to find new ways to reduce packaging while ensuring your food stays fresh during transit. 


What is it?

Both our original box (pictured) and our new yellow box (delivering summer 2020) are SFI certified, which means that they are made of paper sourced from sustainably managed forests. 

Where should it go? 

Both of our paper boxes can be recycled in any curbside paper recycling bin.


What is it?

Our ice packs contain 98% water and 2% super absorbent polymer (SAP), a non-toxic, non-hazardous, oil-based polymer. 

Where should it go? 

To recycle, cut the bag open. Discard the non-toxic, non-hazardous material in your garbage bin. Recycle the outside plastic as a #4 plastic. If your local curbside pickup doesn't accept #4 plastics, you can find your local recycling center here:


What is it?

Our insulation liner is made from 85% cotton and polyester fibers and 15% low-melt polyester binder. Contents are blended in a non-chemical process at temperates exceeding 230°F

Where should it go? 

Our fiber liner is made from recycled content (so it does not add new material to the waste stream). To discard, separate from recyclable box and place in trash bin.


What is it?

Our paper dish bags are made of 100% post-consumer recycled paper fibers.

Where should it go? 

Place your dish bags in your paper recycling bin after use.


What is it?

Bottles and containers are made of #1 recyclable plastic, and bags are made of #4 recyclable plastic.

Where should it go?

You can dispose of them in your plastics recycling bin. For a list of plastics that can be recycled locally, visit:


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What is it?

Our liners are made from raw, un-dyed cotton grown in southern U.S climates. This natural insulation is repurposed from plant fiber that can’t be used for shirts and sheets.

Where should it go? 

Remove the plastic film and recycle it where #4 plastic is accepted. The cotton insulation can be recycled where #60 cotton is accepted.


What is it?

Our Foil Pouches are made with a combination of metalized films and bubbles.

Where should it go? 

The metalized shell used on the Foil Pouch is a mixed plastics product, and it can be recycled at centers that accept recyclable #7 plastics.

* We are currently updating the appearance of our ice packs. Their contents and recycling guidelines remain as indicated above and below.