Sustainability certifications for coffee packaging
Sustainability certifications are important for all those in the coffee supply chain. Not only do they lead to greater transparency, they are useful in communicating a genuine commitment to sustainability.
Symbols featured on the sides and bases of coffee pouches instruct end-consumers in the correct disposal of empty packaging, helping to minimise waste and carbon emissions.
At MTPak Coffee, we strive for a circular economy, in which all the materials we use for coffee packaging can be continually reintroduced to the production cycle.
Our “Go Green” coffee packaging is certified by third-party organisations, who carried out tests to verify its compliance with international standards.
Here are our three key sustainable certificates for recyclable, biodegradable, and compostable coffee bags and takeaway cups:
This symbol signifies packaging products that are biodegradable or compostable in compliance with the European certification standard (EN 13432). Our certification is issued by Din Certco.
You will see this symbol on most of our eco-friendly coffee packaging solutions containing bio-based materials.
The FSC certified paper symbol (also known as “tick tree”) guarantees that all paper-based materials have been ethically and sustainably sourced.
The organisation behind this certification is the Forest Stewardship Council, a non-profit that promotes sustainable forestry worldwide.
FSC are concerned with the impact of climate change and the long-term preservation of our forests.
You’ll see this symbol on our customisable paper-based coffee bags.
Recycling flexible packaging materials is an important part of achieving a circular economy and reducing landfill waste.
The recycling symbol with a “4” in the middle indicates that the bag contains low-density polyethylene (LDPE), a fully recyclable and reusable alternative to traditional plastics.
You can find this symbol on our 100% recyclable LDPE coffee bags.