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Trending: Sustainable produce packaging – EarthFresh launches new biobased mesh packaging

With consumer demand rising for environmentally responsible and sustainable products, Ontario based EarthFresh announced today that the company has updated their packaging with new biobased material.

The EarthFresh 1.5 lb Organic Mixed Baby Potatoes, 1 lb Organic Baby Sweet Potatoes and 1.5 lb Baby Sweet Potatoes are now sold in a new biobased mesh packaging.

These new mesh packs are all USDA Certified Biobased Products made with CLAF® Biobased Fabric™. The mesh bags are made with renewable raw materials derived from sugarcane. These packages are 96% bio-based and 100% recyclable.

Using the new CLAF® Bio Fabric™, EarthFresh is offering a sustainable alternative to petroleum-based mesh to consumers inspiring confidence and peace of mind in their purchase.

EarthFresh has a designated team that is focused on driving sustainable, creative, and innovative projects for the produce industry. The innovation team is committed to making impactful changes that are beneficial to both the environment and consumers.

“Our strong commitment to corporate responsibility defines the way we do business and the role we play in our community,” says Jessica Hughes, Director of Innovation at EarthFresh. “The mesh in these new bags is derived from a highly renewable resource and is 100% recyclable. We are excited to bring sustainable products to the market.”

For further information, photos or to schedule an interview, please contact:
Stephanie Cutaia,
Marketing Director, EarthFresh
[email protected]

Source: EarthFresh Foods

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