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Find out how sustainable restaurant brand, Lussmanns, leaned into COVID-19, going from six restaurants open and serving on white china, to closed and serving as food-to-go only, overnight... 

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.

Blue Harvest is an Australian specialist seafood and marketing agency, working with producers of Australian oysters, prawns, mussels and pipis, helping them to deliver the best possible product from the water to the plate. Up until now, the only solution for oysters has been single-use plastic trays but given the challenges plastics are causing for our oceans, Blue Harvest reached out to BioPak. 

As published in Produce Plus by Fruit Net on 8 June 2020

BioPak's chief executive Gary Smith shares how a willingness to consider broader costs can support innovation in fresh produce packaging.

Cooper Thomas, the man behind catering business Anteloping also known as The Wilderness Chef, is passionate about creating restaurant quality dining experiences for people in unimaginable locations such as waterfalls, mountain tops, lookouts, sand dunes, ski fields & deserts. We’ve reached out to him to learn more about his Covid strategy and why he chose BioPak to support his food packaging needs during this time.

There have been incredibly rapid changes in patterns of consumption and behaviour but what are the environmental costs of the pandemic? How can we take steps to ensure the environment itself does not become another casualty of this crisis?

In recent weeks the largest cities in the world have marvelled at the clear, blue skies precipitated by the arrival of the virus – and it’s a great time for some blue-sky thinking about our management of waste and our environmental footprint.

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.