In an ideal world, packaging would be a thing of the past, but until that time comes, read on for a simple how-to guide on recycling and reusing our delivery materials.
Our meal containers (plastic #5) can be recycled with rigid plastic products (just make sure to rinse them first). The cardboard meal sleeve, paper fiber or starch foam insulation liners (if present), and corrugated delivery box, as well as any other paper products can all be recycled curbside, too—just be sure to remove the plastic label and adhesive tape!
For our gel packs, you can tear them open and dispose of their contents in the garbage (they’re non-toxic), and rinse and recycle the plastic bag at a local store drop-off. Keep in mind, we don't recommend pouring the water-based gel down the drain in case of temporary clogs. Reusing our gel packs is an option, too! They’re great for camping, road trips, or even groceries on a hot summer day—just remember to freeze them upon arrival.
Last but not least are our denim insulation liners (which you may receive in lieu of paper fiber or starch foam liners). Our denim liners are 85% biodegradable.