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Naturpac delivers environmentally friendly packaging for a better earth

Naturpac is leading the Australian and New Zealand Markets for ethical packaging, including recyclable, biodegradable and compostable standards.

As a world we are obligated to reduce plastics consumption and to find alternatives.

Naturpac is working with the world’s leading innovators to offer choices that are recyclable, biodegradable, and ultimately compostable.

Our brand defines the benchmark for these across three tiers. And its accompanying seal of approval gives consumers piece of mind that they are choosing packaging For a Better Earth.

Our Range

Naturpac sets the standard for change in ethical packaging. We are all on a journey towards packaging for a better earth.

Bronze Standard – Recyclable

The Naturpac Bronze Standard includes an industry leading range of recyclable alternative packaging options.

Learn more about this range and its potential impact worldwide today.

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Silver Standard – Biodegradable

The Naturpac Silver Standard represents our biodegradable range. This tier is a stepping stone from goodness to greatness.

Learn more today about the biodegradable products in this range and their impact.

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Latest News

Naturpac sets the standard for change in ethical packaging. We are all on a journey towards packaging for a better earth.

The Importance of Environmental Packaging and its Uses Around the World

We need packaging. But we also need sustainable packaging. All around the world, consumers are becoming worried about the impact that packaging causes on the environment.

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Bacardi’s Foray into Sustainable Packaging Has Some Challenges

Bacardi plans to have PHA-based liquor bottles on store shelves by 2023, despite the material’s higher cost compared with conventional plastics and the reluctance of industrial composting facilities to accept the biopolymer.

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Emergence of food gardens prompts call for developers to turn vacant properties into urban farms

Recent growing fears of food shortages and empty supermarket shelves have spurred the emergence of fruit and vegetable gardens on residential properties, and independent ‘urban farms’ for local communities at apartment blocks and on suburban land pockets. Restaurant food gardens are also proving to be popular. Subsequently, award-winning urban design and planning consultancy Hatch RobertsDay […]

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If in doubt, reach out. We are always looking into new technologies and developments in the environmental packaging space.

We would love to know what you think of our brand and our ethos, so get in touch today!

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