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Australian producer Hydro Produce is known mainly for its extensive resources and fresh vegetables. What started as a small farming business in the 1940s has grown to be a market leader in the fresh produce farming, packing and supply sector across Australia.

Many forward-thinking brands have gotten the message — they’re taking the future of our planet into their own hands through partnerships with environmental nonprofits and sustainable business practices. There is a need to step up, shine a spotlight on the issue and inject a sense of urgency that up till now seems to have been lacking.

This is why BioPak is officially declaring a climate emergency and pledging to take immediate action on climate change.

The use of foodservice packaging at large scale sporting events can have negative consequences for the environment. Sustainable alternatives to single-use packaging must be sought. The Sydney Morning Herald (SMH) Half Marathon is a popular sporting event with large participation numbers, which means there’s an associated impact on the environment that needs to be considered and managed.

According to a recent report by The New Daily, every six days a new craft brewery opens in Australia. But between clinking cans and all the beer-loving merriment, waste is inevitably created.

21st of October 2019

OzHarvest CEO Cook Off

Charity events bring people together and make an enormous positive contribution to the community. However, whenever we gather together, waste is inevitably created and negative impacts on the environment must be considered and managed.

04th of October 2019

Noosa Food & Wine Festival

Food and wine events bring people together and make an enormous positive contribution to the community. But, negative impacts on the environment must be considered and managed.

23rd of September 2019

5 BioCup Myths Busted!

Ever wondered if recycling cups is better than composting? There's a lot of confusion surrounding compostable coffee cups and we're here to set the record straight by debunking 5 of the more common myths around bioplastics.

BioPak is now NCOS certified, the Australian Government’s recognised standard. This is the 100th successful participant in the program. Whilst BioPak has demonstrated leadership in sustainability for years and have measured and offset their carbon emissions since 2010, they felt it was time to align with the robust government standard.