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You are probably aware already aware that all of our products are made of plants, but you may not be aware of what plants they are made from and their carbon saving when compared to their plastic equivalent (some do contain more than one of these materials) , so we created this handy page to explain our products.



Made from FSC™ certified wood pulp.
Used for  Film product such as bags, windows on boxes etc.
Country of origin Our bags are made in the UK.
Carbon Saved compared to plastic equivalent 100% less carbon.
Find out more here What is FSC™ wood 
Link to Examples  Click here

Made from FSC™ certified wood pulp.
Used for  Food boxes and bags
Country of origin Our bags and food boxes are made in the UK.
Carbon Saved compared to plastic equivalent 80% less carbon.
Find out more here What is FSC™ wood 
Link to Examples Click here


Made from PLA usually comes from waste generated by the corn industry but as demand increase low grade corn is becoming more common.
Used for  Food boxes, windows in bags and boxes.
Country of origin Mainly Far Eastern based but our bags and boxes are UK made.
Carbon Saved compared to plastic equivalent 89% less carbon.
Find out more here What is PLA
Link to Examples Click here


Made from Bagasse typically comes from waste generated by the sugar industry but as it's usage increases we expect this to come from abundant standard sugar stocks.
What it's used for Typically used to replace styrofoam containers such as burger boxes and portion pots
Where are they made 100% Far Eastern manafactured.
Carbon Saved compared to plastic equivalent 88% less carbon.
Find out more here What is bagasse
Link to examples Click here


Made from Made from starch , typically from potatoes.
What it's used for Compostable bags
Where are they made Typically made in Finland
Carbon Saved compared to plastic equivalent 94% less carbon.
Link to examples Click here


Just a point to end on, none of these figures include the saving from materials made from waste such as PLA and the savings if our products are composted and used instead of chemical fertilisers or compost extracted from peat, if these figures were included the carbon savings would be considerably higher.