Quick Breakdown for customers receiving their deliveries via local couriers:
Your delivery will arrive in a reusable bag with gel ice packs to keep the meals cool. Please feel free to leave the bags and ice packs out where you receive your deliveries for our team to pick up at your next delivery. We are partnering with Dispatch Goods to sanitize and reuse these bags and ice packs in future deliveries.
If you do not wish to participate in the reuse program, you can throw away the thawed ice packs and either reuse or donate the bags.
Put into Recycling Bin - Sauce ramekins, meal tray, meal lid
Put into Waste Bin - Gel from the thawed ice pack, meal labels, stickers
Quick Breakdown for customers receiving their deliveries via UPS:
Put into Recycling Bin - Cardboard box, insulated liner, meal container, sauce ramekins
Put into Waste Bin - Gel from the thawed ice pack, Food Safety Card, labels, and stickers
Summary of Packaging:
Cardboard Boxes: The cardboard boxes are made from renewable fiber. Our vendor is certified to Sustainable Forestry Initiative® (SFI) standards. As part of their commitment to SFI® standards, they support the health and growth of forests and promote sustainable forest management.
Insulated liner: Our insulated liners are made from recycled water bottles and are curbside recyclable #1 plastic.
Meal containers delivered via Local courier: The meal tray is curbside recyclable #5 polypropylene. The lid is curbside recyclable #1 PETE. The trays and lids are domestically produced in MI and are food-safe, with no PAFS or BPA additives. They are microwave-safe, but not oven-safe.
Meal containers delivered via UPS: The meal trays are made out of rigid polypropylene. They are domestically produced in WI using technology that uses 30% less energy and less scrap waste. They use "post-consumer recycled content" such as bottle caps to make the trays. These are food-safe, with no PAFS or BPA additives. They are microwave-safe, but not oven-safe.
Ice Packs: The gel in our ice packs is environmentally safe and non-toxic, but it should go in the trash - not down your sink. The plastic liner is recyclable with grocery bags.
If you ever need a refresher, you can always find information for disposal details on our delivery boxes, ice packs, and liners.