Containers & Lids
When it comes to serving food to consumers on the go, disposable food containers offer a convenient way to present the food both beautifully and hygienically. But this convenience doesn’t have to cost the earth with BioPak compostable food packaging.
It's important to consider that not all takeaway containers are created equal! Conventional disposable food containers like polystyrene food packaging and plastic takeaway containers are made from fossil fuels. After a short useful life of approximately 20 minutes, conventional disposable plastic containers usually end up in landfill where they take hundreds of years to break down.
At BioPak, we manufacture environmentally-friendly takeaway containers – made from rapidly renewable, responsibly sourced resources like sugarcane pulp, bioplastic and paperboard. We carry an extensive range of eco-friendly food packaging to cater to all industries. Our clear bioplastic and sugarcane pulp products are the first products of their kind to be certified to AS4736. All of our food and beverage packaging products are certified carbon neutral and 5% of profits from each sale is donated to positive change.
Our BioCane range is made from reclaimed and rapidly renewable sugarcane pulp – a by-product of the sugar-refining industry. Our range of bagasse disposable food containers includes bagasse clamshells, sugarcane square containers, bagasse rectangle containers, bagasse bowls and sauce cups with lids.
Our sustainably sourced paperboard range includes paper bowls with lids, french fry packaging, burger boxes, hot dog boxes, paper trays, clamshell packaging, Chinese noodle boxes, paper lunch boxes, and sandwich wedges.
Prefer clear takeaway containers? Our clear bowls with lids and sauce cups with lids are made from Ingeo™, a plant-based bioplastic. Choose bioplastic over conventional plastic and reduce greenhouse gases by 75%!
BioPak eco-friendly takeaway containers are all either recyclable or industrially compostable. Composting food packaging reduces greenhouse gases, returns nutrients back to the earth and improves soil quality, and costs less than sending waste to landfill.