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Best Eco Friendly Food Storage Containers

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Best Eco Friendly Food Storage Containers

Eco-friendly Paper Bowls & Lids  We can all do better when it comes to reducing our use of disposable convenience items, like coffee cups and takeaway containers. Rather than opting for plastic, eco friendly and biodegradable disposable food packaging is a much better solution for you and for the environment. In an ideal world, we’d always remember to bring along our own insulated coffee cup, let alone have the time to spare to sit down at the café and enjoy sipping straight from the mug. The reality is, demand for takeaway convenience items continues to exist. Therefore, sustainable food packaging...

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Reasons Why You Should Opt Using Paper Bags in The Food Industry

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Reasons Why You Should Opt Using Paper Bags in The Food Industry

When you buy paper bags, you’re choosing the best takeaway food packaging solution for your customer and the environment. Not only are they durable and resilient, buying paper bags in bulk is also very sustainable. Nature Pac produces kraft paper bags in NZ that are made from plants. We use 100% sustainably-produced paper, making our paper bags biodegradable and easy to break down. Let’s get into more of the reasons why you should buy paper bags to best serve your customers and your food business. Why Paper Bags? Paper is always a better solution to plastic when it comes to...

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Best Eco-Friendly Packaging Replacement for Your Business

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Make your mark with eco-friendly custom packaging and show your support for the cause to remove plastic from takeaway food containers

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Make Your Business Stand Out With Eco Friendly Custom Packaging

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At Nature Pac, we design custom packaging for food outlets to serve up eco friendly solutions. 

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How to Make a Worm Farm

How to Make a Worm Farm

Worm farms make great use of your food scraps and garden waste to produce compost and fertiliser that are excellent for growing your garden. The types of composting worms that live inside of a worm farm are usually tiger worms and red worms. Their job is to munch through your organic waste to produce worm castings and worm tea for your garden. Get started with your worm farm by first choosing an ideal spot that is cool and kept shaded from the sun. Beneath your porch or underneath the car port may provide the ideal shelter to get your worm...

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