As people’s lives become busier, from work to home life, it seems harder to find the time to gather all the ingredients and goods to make a meal.
Shipping pre-planned gourmet meals to consumers at home or on the job is big business these days. Some companies offer subscription meal kits and ship the recipe, perishable uncooked meat, poultry, vegetables or seafood, all to be prepared in the customer’s kitchen. All ingredients in these meals are pre-measured, and virtually damage proof. For foodstuffs, there is no need for excessive packaging. All Nature-Pack™ products are FDA approved for direct food contact. We are also offering the first retail carrier bag suitable for food contact.
Are you jeopardizing your reputation for delivering fresh foods, by using cheap packaging materials that provide poor insulation values? Our experience and industry research shows that too many subscription meal services, or other companies that offer meals to your home or business, use inadequate methods to pack, insulate, and maintain the temperatures required to guarantee your food is fresh and at the expected temps for food safety. Whether you are shipping pre-packaged frozen/refrigerated meals or fresh organic vegetables, Nature-Pack™ works with food providers to close the loop with compostable insulated packaging, easily discarded by composting or curbside recycling with the paper stream.
Our commitment to the food delivery sector is an important one. Packaging is an important part of the equation. Until now you’ve had few options in choosing sustainable materials for your cold-chain insulated packaging requirements. Your entire business model should practice sustainable methods to produce and deliver the freshest products, which retain their quality and flavor from farm to table. Don’t continue to leave your customers with an oil-based plastic leftover, that’s a burden to dispose of, and ultimately ends up polluting our environment. Single-use, oil-based EPS foam has limited recovery options for both the consumer and the recycler. It was not intended for recovery. STOP contributing to the global waste problem, and start making better choices to support a healthy environment.