The ban includes single-use plastic plates, trays, bowls, cutlery, balloon sticks, and certain types of polystyrene cups and food containers. This ban will be introduced from 1st October 2023.
We’ve made this easy for you to make that switch and save 20% off wholesale. Here’s our handy guide for your alternatives, made from renewable, sustainable resources (plants, not oil based plastics);
Pick from our range of sturdy and versatile sugarcane bagasse plates and bowls, made from reclaimed and rapidly renewable sugarcane pulp – a by-product from the sugar industry.
These go great with our range of compostable utensils and napkins
Our produce trays, again made from reclaimed and rapidly renewable sugarcane pulp, have a high wet strength and perform better in moist environments than conventional cardboard trays. Certified home compostable, they are also a great alternative to fruit punnets and vegetable produce trays.
Buy 100s rather than 1000s and still get great prices on wooden cutlery, made from sustainably sourced and FSC™ certified Birchwood. Coated with a food safe, non-toxic, compostable plant-based carnauba wax, to get rid of that furry taste!
Looking for affordable alternatives to banned polystyrene burger boxes? then look no further, we have over 40 different sizes and shapes to suit everybody’s needs.
Finally, hot cups and lids. We’ve every size of compostable cup and lid we think you’d ever need. Choose from compostable cold cups for summer drinks, smoothies and ice creams, to compostable double walled hot cups for hot drinks. There are cup carriers and sleeves available too.
Order before noon and we’ll despatch the same working day.
No minimum order, so you can order 100s rather than 1000s, but benefit by buying more and saving, see each product page
Want to try before you buy? we can arrange samples. Bulk orders? please contact us.
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Read more here as to why we believe packaging made from plants are better than oil based, single use plastics.
We advocate a policy of reduce and reuse, where appropriate. By this we mean that in many circumstances, use of plant-based disposables can drive a truly circular economy (where waste can be effectively managed), turning the ideal mix of packaging and food waste back to natural nutrients. Read more about our evolving Sustainability Statement here.