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Introducing "Compostable" To-Go Food Service Packaging

Natalea Koehn
Natalea Koehn | September 29, 2015

What Does Compostable Mean?
According to the United States Environmental Protection Agency, compost is organic material that can be used as a soil amendment or as a medium to grow plants. Therefore, if something is compostable, it can be made into organic material (compost).

What are the Main Benefits of Composting?
•Helps reduce or eliminate the need for chemical fertilizers.
• Helps extend landfill life by diverting organic materials from landfills to compost facilities.

To Go Foodservice Container - Bowls

Bowls with Lids Freezer to Microwave
16 oz (822030 – 252 ct)
32 oz (822040 – 150 ct)
48 oz (354919 – 150 ct)

To Go Foodservice Options - Cup

Cold Drink Cup Freezer to Room Temperature Display
12 oz (868020 – 10/68 ct)


To Go Foodservice Options - Soup Cup

Hot Soup Cup Freezer to Heated Display
12 oz (850950 – 20/25 ct)


To Go Foodservice Options - Hingeware

Hingeware Freezer to Microwave
6x6x3 in (857062 – 2/250 ct)
8x8x3 in (856874 – 1/150 ct)
9x9x3 in (856810 – 1/150 ct)


To Go Foodservice Options - Cutlery

Cutlery Freezer to Heated Display
Fork (857978 – 1/1000 ct)
Knife (857968 – 1/1000 ct)
Spoon (857988 – 1/1000 ct)
Cutlery Kit (857385 – 1/250 ct)

Fully compostable in municipal and industrial compost facilities where available. To find a compost facility near you, visit

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