BioPak

Wholesale Direct Restaurant Supplies is proud to be introducing our environmentally friendly care partner BioPak to our range.

About BioPak – A natural choice

Paper from managed plantations
Sustainable forestry is one of the most effective means to mitigate climate change. Trees absorb carbon dioxide (CO2) from the atmosphere as they grow. When harvested, carbon is stored in every piece of paper. Certification ensures responsible management of forests with new trees growing, absorbing more carbon – a prerequisite to upholding the cycle.

Bioplastics from renewable resources
There are two major advantages of biobased plastic products compared to their conventional versions: they save fossil resources by using biomass which regenerates (annually) and provides the unique potential of carbon neutrality. Furthermore, biodegradability is an add-on property of certain types of bioplastics. It offers additional means of recovery at the end of a product’s life.

Sugarcane Pulp
Bagasse packaging is made from the pulp of the sugarcane plant, and is extremely durable, lightweight, inexpensive, and biodegrades in 30-90 days once exposed to composting conditions. It can be heated up or frozen, and it has no taste, odor or harmful additives. This makes it an ideal alternative to traditional polystyrene meal packaging

Product life cycles
Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) is used as a tool to assess the environmental impacts of a product, process or activity throughout its life cycle; from the extraction of raw materials through to processing, transport, use and disposal.

Certified facilities
Our products are synonymous with quality and sustainability. Now we are not saying we are perfect. That’s what third party testing is for. Our production facilities are certified to ISO environmental, quality and food safety standards.

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Wholesale Direct Restaurant Supplies is proud to be introducing our environmentally friendly care partner BioPak to our range.

About BioPak – A natural choice

Paper from managed plantations
Sustainable forestry is one of the most effective means to mitigate climate change. Trees absorb carbon dioxide (CO2) from the atmosphere as they grow. When harvested, carbon is stored in every piece of paper. Certification ensures responsible management of forests with new trees growing, absorbing more carbon – a prerequisite to upholding the cycle.

Bioplastics from renewable resources
There are two major advantages of biobased plastic products compared to their conventional versions: they save fossil resources by using biomass which regenerates (annually) and provides the unique potential of carbon neutrality. Furthermore, biodegradability is an add-on property of certain types of bioplastics. It offers additional means of recovery at the end of a product’s life.

Sugarcane Pulp
Bagasse packaging is made from the pulp of the sugarcane plant, and is extremely durable, lightweight, inexpensive, and biodegrades in 30-90 days once exposed to composting conditions. It can be heated up or frozen, and it has no taste, odor or harmful additives. This makes it an ideal alternative to traditional polystyrene meal packaging

Product life cycles
Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) is used as a tool to assess the environmental impacts of a product, process or activity throughout its life cycle; from the extraction of raw materials through to processing, transport, use and disposal.

Certified facilities
Our products are synonymous with quality and sustainability. Now we are not saying we are perfect. That’s what third party testing is for. Our production facilities are certified to ISO environmental, quality and food safety standards.