Yes, a majority of our packaging is recyclable. And our goal internally is to get to 100% biodegradability. Here’s what to do with our current packaging:
What do I do with the cardboard box? Our boxes are made with recyclable materials so the best way to dispose of them is either re-use, recycle or compost. Composting takes approximately 2 months and can be accelerated by getting the cardboard wet.
What do I do with the plastic trays? Our plastic trays are food grade plastic and are 100% recyclable. Make sure to rinse them out first.
What do I do with the Styrofoam panels? While we are quickly moving away from Styrofoam to biodegradable corn panels, the current Styrofoam panels are 100% recyclable (available in most cities).
We ran a number of tests using corn panels vs the Styrofoam panels in the boxes. They worked well during Spring, but really struggled during Summer. We are actively seeking a solution which will likely be a denser version of the corn panels that takes 60 days to break down vs 30 days and can go into your compost bin.
What is in Trifecta ice packs? These contain food safe gel and can be re-used! Alternatively, you can also drain them and recycle the outer plastic case.