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A new hinged-lid container that's made from sugarcane pulp and is carbon neutral and completely compostable. Perfect for meal deliveries and takeaways, festival catering and quick service restaurants. 

Hydro Produce is known mainly for vegetables—including sweet potato, herbs, lettuce, brassica lines, and ginger to name just a few—and have farms and farming partners across Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia and Tasmania.
 
 
 

Seeking to reduce plastic consumption, Tasmania’s Westerway Raspberry Farm is using BioPak compostable packaging instead of conventional plastic. 

Popular low and slow barbeque meat outlet Crafty Cuts has joined forces with BioPak in a bid to reduce single-use plastic consumption that commonly occurs in quick service restaurants.

15th of November 2018

Cafes step up war on waste

Written by Jenne Brammer
As seen in The West Australian on Friday, November 9, 2018


Perth cafes are stepping up their war on waste by opting for coffee cups and other packaging that is recycled into compost rather than thrown into landfill. 

Although biodegradable packaging has been available for several years, packaging supplier BioPak recently launched its own collection and compost service, working with composting partner Write Solutions. 

Every 18 minutes, someone is reported missing. And for every missing person, at least 12 are impacted directly either emotionally, psychologically or financially. BioPak was approached by MPAN to provide a medium with which to run their Missing Persons Week campaign. MPAN figured the best way to draw people’s attention to the issue was to use something they have in their hand every day: a coffee cup.

Pablo & Rusty’s is a coffee roasting business with sustainability at its heart, proving that business doesn’t have to cost the earth to find success. It began as a unique blend gifted by founder Saxon to his brothers-in-law for their birthday. Then after operating several cafes under that name, they now roast for and support cafes all over Australia with premium ethical and sustainable coffee. Read our interview with founder Saxon Wright to learn how Pablo & Rusty's are fighting the war on waste.

BioPak has partnered with Melbourne-based social enterprise Open Canvas to launch a new compostable coffee cups range.

The BioCup Art Series will feature artwork on its cups from Australian artists facing homelessness in an effort to combat the stigma surrounding homelessness.