Recycling Info

By eating plant-based meals you’re already on your way to helping out the environment! But there are even more ways that we can do our part to help. That’s why, when it comes to our packaging, we’d love it if you could help us reuse, recycle, donate and compost as much as possible. Here is some info to help get you started:

Our Boxes

What are they made from?

100% recycled cardboard.

What should I do with it?

You can break them down and include them with all of your curbside reycling. Of course, if you want to save them for storage, build a tiny fort, or provide a hangout for your pets, we’re cool with that too!

Insulation

What are they made from?

A natural cotton fiber filling. The liner is polyethylene.

What should I do with it?

The insulating liner’s inside component is totally compostable. The outer plastic “bag” is recyclable – you can actually take the outer plastic to the same place that you recycle your grocery bags at!

Meal + Sauce Containers

What are they made from?

Up to 40% recycled polyethylene.

What should I do with it?

All of the containers assosciated with our meals are recyclable – yay! You can find a recycling center location by checking here. Those paper meal sleeves are recylceable as well. They are also a nice paper stock, so feel free to reuse them and unleash your creative side :‍)

Ice Packs

What are they made from?

99% water, 1% polymer, polythylene.

What should I do with it?

Our ice packs are reusable so feel free to keep them for yourself! If not, we recommend donating the ice packs to places that could really use them – for example local food banks, churches, shelters, Meals on Wheels or Girl and Boy Scout organizations. If you’d like to dispose of them, they can be cut open and discarded in the trash – the inside liquid is 100% non-toxic and mostly evaporates since it is mainly water. You can then recyle the outer liner.