Off the Eaten Path is helping to reduce packaging waste with its new crisps bags, which are industrially compostable and generate about 60% less greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions than traditional packaging. The bags are made from non-food plant-based products and they are prominently labeled; consumers will see that products such as the brand's Chickpea Veggie Crisps and Off The Eaten Path Veggie Crisps feature this new waste-reducing packaging.
This PepsiCo brand is just one of many that are implementing recyclable, compostable, biodegradable or reusable packaging solutions to support a better future. When it comes time to compost the packaging for Off The Eaten Path brand crisps, customers can send their empty packages to TerraCycle by signing up to receive a prepaid shipping label, or dropping off the material at a designated spot.
Off the Eaten Path's Packagins is Industrially Compostable
Laura McQuarrie — September 24, 2021 — Eco
References: terracycle & foodbusinessnews.net