Industry partners

Natureworks LLC

We use bioplastics made by US-based Natureworks LLC. They provide a family of commercially available biopolymers derived from 100% annually renewable resources with cost and performance to compete with petroleum-based packaging, marketed under name Ingeo.

Australian Institute of Packaging Member

The Australian Institute of Packaging is the professional body designed to cater for packaging technologists, engineers, designers and any other individuals who are a part of the packaging industry in Australasia. The primary function of the Institute is to offer education, training, and personal and professional development for individuals within the packaging industry; as well as cross-functional networking opportunities.


ECO-Buy operates in pursuit of its mission: to influence the market towards environmentally preferable choices. They advise organisations on implementing sustainable procurement.


WasteMINZ is the largest representative body of the waste, resource recovery and contaminated land sectors in New Zealand. Formed in 1989, with over 1,000 members from small operators through to councils and large companies.
They work closely and collaboratively with industry partners, the Ministry for the Environment, other government agencies, and local government on advancing waste and contaminated land management issues. They also gather feedback on topical issues and key areas of interest concerning waste minimisation.


The Australian Coffee Traders Association (ACTA) represents the Australian coffee industry by assisting and improving the standards, promoting the image of coffee and provides a platform for networking and furthering education.

ACTA liaises with the media and regulative bodies on all aspects of the industry.

Achievements: ACTA's involvement led to the successful negotiations of the exclusion of coffee from GST, and they have been instrumental in the reduction of duties on the importation of coffee.n code for the coffee community - Market movements - Green Bean pricing.