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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. 

2018 has been a year of big commitments! We are proud to announce that BioPak has joined as a signatory to the New Zealand Plastic Packaging Declaration. BioPak is dedicated to stopping plastic pollution and we’re doing our part by offering compostable alternatives (made from rapidly renewable, sustainably sourced materials) to fossil fuel-based plastic used in foodservice. 

By 2050, there could be more plastic than fish in the ocean. The problem with plastic pollution starts long before it reaches our oceans and beaches and so must the solutions.

We believe that working side-by-side, businesses and governments can tackle plastic pollution at the source. We have signed the Ellen MacArthur Foundation’s New Plastics Economy Global Commitment to stop plastic pollution.

Merlo Coffee today launching a compostable cup crusade to stop more than three million cups going to landfill each year.

BioPak will be trading as usual through the holiday season, closing only on the public holidays (25-26 Dec 2018 and 1 Jan 2019). Our warehouses close at 12 midday on 24 & 31 Dec.


No same day deliveries 24 Dec 2018 - 31 Jan 2018 – please allow extra time for deliveries during this period.

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.