We thought that we had great packaging. We really did. However, our cardboard food containers were coated with plastic film and recyclable only on paper. So, we got better and chose a new material! The results? Even better-than-expected packaging: recycled, recyclable and compostable. New food containers have a layer of activated carbon. That means: MAXIMUM HYGIENE!
Plastic film-free and ready to be composed.
Throw away for
industrial composting or
with general waste.
Recycling and composting
Clean part: We gave up the plastic film and now everything is actually recyclable. So if it’s not stained with grease - feel free to throw it in a paper container!
Greasy part: By the end of 2023 collection points for compostable waste will be installed in all European cities. And we are ready for that! Stained parts of our packaging are compostable.
Sustainable production: Although our packaging material is already recycled, we are happy that we are working with companies that have market-recognized responsible forestry certificates. In this way, we aim to ensure the environmentally sound management and administration of forests.~
Manufacturer: Smurfit Kappa
Production location: Hoya, Vokietija
|1 kg of recycled material
|1 kg of virgin fiber
|1.2 kg of waste paper
|2.2 kg of wood
Have you ever wondered about the origin of the product? We did. We made sure that cardboard production was relatively close to the packaging manufacturer in Lithuania. We are taking Fresh Post franchise growth into account, and with new salad bars opening in other countries, we will always try to optimize our logistics. This way we will minimize the negative effect of transportation.
Sustainability and hygiene can go hand in hand - our food containers are carried out using activated carbon. This innovative technology guarantees the highest levels of food safety and ensures maximum hygiene.
Design author: Dovilė Džervutė
Graphic designer and lecturer. 2009 she obtained a master's degree in visual communication at the Vilnius Academy of Arts. Since 2011 teaches graphic design. Works with commercial and artistic projects. Winner of national competitions Good Design and NAPA.