There’s no denying food delivery apps such as UberEats or Menulog are popular, and that the demand for takeaway food is growing at a rapid pace across Australia.
In fact, the Eating Out in Australia publication found Australians are spending a staggering $1.6 billion each year on takeaway and a daily average of $4.5 million. This means that, on average, about half of Australian households have at least one person ordering takeaway food everyday.
Enviroboard® – a more sustainable choice
Combining sustainable design with exceptional performance, this new expansion to the company’s Enviroboard® range was developed in response to the growing demand of food operators for delivery and takeaway packaging.
The Enviroboard® existing range includes food clams, plates, trays, and cutlery – offering a more sustainable replacement for conventional plastic and polystyrene takeaway containers. One of Castaway’s key consideration for the Enviroboard® range expansion was to ensure its new packaging designs reflected the sustainable ethos behind its brand.
The Enviroboard® new containers are made using sugarcane pulp – a rapidly renewable resource and a by-product of the sugarcane production, while the matching lids are made from at least 50% post-consumer recycled PET.
Eating starts with the eyes
Food packaging and food presentation is a big part of the customer experience for quick service restaurants. The challenge is to deliver food that looks and tastes as good as it does in the restaurant. It is important that food operators choose packaging that secures, protects and promotes the contents perfectly.
Enviroboard® – Here to deliver
At Castaway, we understand that the value of your products and services depends on the packaging it comes in, and hence we are committed to delivering only the best to all our customers.
Enviroboard® containers are suitable for hot and cold food. This will help reach a wider variety of food operators including retailers, restaurants, cafes, food trucks, festivals, etc
By using sugarcane bagasse, which has no taste, odour or harmful additives, the packaging is microwavable and ovenable, and maintains taste and flavour at any time.
Made of sugarcane bagasse – the dry residue left after sugarcane fibre has been pressed for juice, these containers are home compostable, and will naturally degrade into a nutrient rich compost without leaving any toxic residue.
Bagasse is naturally grease and moisture resistant, and allows the packaging to retain liquids and food for a longer period of time while the lids prevent any spillage in transit.
With the secure lids, this provides the perfect takeaway solution, reducing your need for other packaging items, while saving you storage space – great for quick-service and takeaway outlets.
Lids are made from at least 50% post-consumer recycled PET (rPET) and offer optimum visibility, which is a plus for presentation – making them ideal for food delivery services and takeaway.
Available in 4 different sizes, the new Enviroboard® containers come in both a round and rectangular.
Natural | Ø 200 x 40 mm
Natural | Ø 200 x 65 mm
Clear | Ø 200 x 27.4 mm
Natural | 220 x 135 x 43 mm
Natural | 220 x 135 x 61 mm
Clear | 225 x 135 x 25 mm
A message your customers will appreciate
Make the switch to planet-friendly packaging today by choosing Enviroboard® containers. Your customers will appreciate your sustainable choice. You can read more about the Enviroboard® range at www.castawayfoodpackaging.com.au.