PACKAGING

No packaging is the holy grail. It is not yet possible though, but we are committed to wrap as little as possible and avoid virgin plastic use. Here are the tools we are using:

We avoid plastic loop pins, safety pins or cords to attach our composition tags.

The polybag in which our products are wrapped is made from bio-sourced materials such as potato and corn starch and is certified home compostable (‘OK compost home’ under the norm NF T 51-800 : 2015).

Our Kraft mailer envelope is made from 100% recycled paper and is 100% recyclable. It is very resilient (two layers of Kraft) and features two adhesive fastening seals so you can use the same envelope should you wish to return the product (unlikely though…).

For larger orders, our cardboard box is made from 70% recycled paper and is 100% recyclable. The external Kraft layer comes from FSC-certified forests. Use it, re-use it, abuse it, it is super-resilient.

 

RAJA, France
Europe’s #1 packaging solutions company RAJA firmly believes that its role as an organisation is more than just business. It has a corporate, social and environmental responsibility. This is why in an eco-friendly approach, Raja develops packaging made from sustainable resources. By choosing eco-friendly products from the “Women and the Environment” action programme, the consumer can support projects supported by the RAJA-Danièle Marcovici Foundation. RAJA is complete with quality and environmental certifications (ISO 9001 et ISO 14001), takes part in the Ecofolio program, and is a member of the French FSC organization as well as the French Diversity Chart.

 

FIC-ETIQUETTE, France
For over 60 years, Paris-based company Fic-Etiquette has been sourcing new innovative solutions to come up with products that suit their time. Their eco-friendly products are recyclable, biodegradable and rely on renewable resources.

CAUR uses Natureflex stickers, a product made from wood paste that comes from eco forests, which makes the sticker biodegradable and compostable. The adhesive follows the DIN EN 13432 regulation on biodegradability and compostability and is ‘OK compost’ certified under the S259 code.