Did you know that the boxes that carry your delicious Grainful dishes are 100% recyclable and compostable? Furthermore, the trays are 100% recyclable AND over 90% of the material in the paperboard trays is derived from renewable resources.

Want to start composting but don't know where to start? Here are Wellness Mama's "Three Simple Steps to Start Composting" (click to learn more).


1. Decide On your Method

2. Know what is Compostable

3. Establish a Method to the Madness

Full article at wellnessmama.com.

Grainful is committed to always bringing the best to their consumers and having green packaging aligns with that promise. In order to ensure this, Grainful chose suppliers for both the trays and cartons that are certified by the Sustainable Forestry Institute (SFI).

The SFI program is based on the premise that responsible environmental behavior and sound business decisions can coexist to benefit communities, customers and the environment, today and for future generations.

Its unique fiber sourcing requirements promote responsible forest management on all suppliers' lands in North America. The SFI program helps companies source fiber from responsible sources while avoiding illegal or controversial sources (think: Illegal Logging).

By the SFI Standard, participants are required to obtain wood from known and legal sources, conserve biodiversity, and promote sound business practices.

Companies certified to the SFI forest standards are committed to supplying customers with products from healthy, productive forests.

Now nothing will go to waste at meal time!

Now nothing will go to waste at meal time!

Grainful's empty trays can be recycled for a new life!

Grainful's empty trays can be recycled for a new life!

So what does all this mean? It means you don't have to worry about where your Grainful packaging comes from and you can enjoy your meal knowing Grainful has your back. Just be sure to recycle everything when you are done! But always check with your local recycling center to be safe.

Do you compost or want to start? Comment below or tweet us @Grainful and tell us all about it!

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