Eco friendly food packaging

Biopac is the UK’s leading developer and supplier of eco friendly food packaging and catering disposables. After years of intensive research and development, we've created a comprehensive range of innovative and environmentally friendly products that are both practical and sustainable.

Did you know 100% biodegradable packaging can be composted and broken down completely in less than 12 weeks? It can also be composted alongside the food waste associated with it – ideal for caterers and foodservice outlets, and very kind to the environment.

Our biodegradable packaging is perfect for all those restaurants, delis, cafes, caterers and coffee shops who want to demonstrate their deep commitment to the environment. The range includes hot and cold drink cups, take away boxes, soup and salad containers, portion pots, deli containers, plates, bowls and trays, sandwich packaging, cake boxes, bags, cutlery, napkins and paper, even janitorial products and branded workwear. We also design bespoke and custom branded packaging.

The product range is growing by the month so please keep checking our website or sign up to our newletter for regular updates.

Biodegradable packaging from Biopac
Better for the environment and your business.

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Beyond Beans - How to operate a Cafè sustainably - Monday, May 11, 2015
John Bright from Biopac to join Sheila Dillon and Henry Dimbleby in Caffè Culture Show Speaker Line-up, Wednesday 13th May 2015.
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Are you prepared? - Thursday, April 23, 2015
As new regulations call for takeaways and street food vendors to use biodegradable or recyclable packaging, traders must look for new options.
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Sustainable packaging: A recipe for success - Thursday, January 22, 2015
More and more, British consumers are proving they support businesses that are trying to increase sustainability efforts. A 2014 study reveals people react positively toward businesses that use sustainable packaging, with 82% agreeing that companies should use more recycled materials.
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Looking for a new year's resolution that will make a difference? - Friday, January 16, 2015
We have heard many new year's resolutions - to get back back into the gym, lose weight, eat healthier... But we hear less about the choices people make that have a more positive impact on the environment. We're urging everyone to make just one eco-friendly change in 2015.
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