BioPak is recalling all ByoCups manufactured since 2013. The bottom of the cup may detach. If this occurs while containing hot liquid, there is a risk of injury to the user. We take this very seriously and are working with the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission and New Zealand's Trading Standards on this voluntary recall.

17th of September 2020

Bioplastic myths busted!

Time to debunk bioplastic myths. Read on to discover the facts! 

Bioplastics, PLA-lined coffee cups and compostable packaging have been in the spotlight with much confusion surrounding their end-of-life and what they are. While it’s great to see bioplastics in the media, the inaccurate reporting is confusing consumers and underestimating the potential benefit these materials can have in diverting organic waste from landfill cleaning up recycling streams and reducing the amount of plastic polluting the world’s oceans.

19th of August 2020

Together for a Better Future

BioPak CEO, Gary Smith, explains how collaboration forms the blueprint for doing business in the future, for the future, in the food packaging business.

BioPak is committed to helping businesses across the hospitality industry and beyond take steps to reduce their plastic packaging. See BioPak design for the future.

12th of August 2020

What is PLA

PLA (Polylactic acid) is bioplastic produced from renewable materials and is commercially compostable which addresses the issue surrounding waste disposal of single-use packaging and the dependence on materials derived from finite fossil resources.

20th of July 2020

Why we love PLA

If you’re working outside of the packaging industry, the different types of plastics are probably not what you’re discussing over breakfast or even around the boardroom table. Learn more about PLA and what difference it can make to the planet.

The B Corp movement has been pioneering a new breed of business which balances profit with purpose. Read what it means to be a B Corp and why B Corps like Patagonia, Ben & Jerry's and BioPak are changing the world for the better.

11th of May 2020

What is Bagasse?

Bagasse, also known as sugarcane pulp, is a fibrous material left behind in the sugarcane harvesting process. It has a multitude of uses and is especially valuable in the foodservice packaging industry as a sustainable alternative to conventional plastic packaging.