Wondering what are the benefits of bagasse (sugarcane pulp) as a material for packaging? Learn more about bagasse packaging and how this durable and flexible material is great for foodservice packaging and better for the environment.

Australia’s leading sustainable foodservice packaging company BioPak has partnered with community development organisation SevGen Indigenous Corporation and Plastic Free Noosa to release a limited edition Art Series BioCup that puts Aboriginal art into the hands of our global community.

With the world bunkering down in an attempt to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus or Covid19, the hospitality industry is bearing the brunt of social distancing measures with many restaurants and cafes reporting sharp decreases in customers and revenue, or even closing their doors.
We’ve come up with a few marketing tips on how to promote their business throughout this health crisis and stand out from the crowd with creative ways to boost your sales.
Protect your meals from damage in transit and ensure your food arrives at their end-destination just as it has left your kitchen. Learn more about how to pack your meal delivery bag.

Did you think takeaway was only for pizza and souvlaki? Not any more! Our favourite restaurants, pubs and cafes are adapting to offer takeaway and delivery services to support customers who are self-isolating at home or even in hotels. This means we can now choose an acai bowl for breakfast and house-made charcuterie, like duck mortadella with pickled beetroot, working up to a Japanese wagyu steak for dinner to be enjoyed at home – at a virtual dinner party or with your isolation buddy.

As social distancing becomes more prevalent, many restaurants and cafes are beginning to offer takeaway and food delivery services for the first time. Here are our tips for getting takeaway and food delivery right.

In 2019, the conversation surrounding climate change became a regular feature in mainstream media and Australia grappled with a national recycling crisis following the introduction of China’s National Sword Policy. So how can foodservice brands make a positive difference this year? It could be as simple as changing your packaging.
In this post, we share how to reduce your carbon footprint and limit the negative environmental impacts associated with the foodservice industry. The best bit? Making a positive difference is easier than you might think.