Take-out packaging typically has a short lifespan because it is designed to be grabbed and gone, then tossed. However, as they are carried out of a restaurant, these paper bags, boxes, and cups serve as walking ads for a company.
It’s also spelt takeaway. Food purchased from a restaurant for consumption elsewhere, usually at home. It can also refer to the restaurant where it is obtained.The concept of pre-prepared meals to be consumed elsewhere extends back to antiquity.
The Global Takeaway food packaging market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
Footprint introduces a new sustainable takeaway food container. Footprint, a sustainable technology corporation specialising in materials science engineering, announced today the release of its innovative plant-based clam-shell food container, which is now available for purchase.
As takeaway orders and throwaway food container use increase during the epidemic, this plastic- and PFAS-free alternative matches food providers’ and customers’ expectations without losing quality or convenience.
Footprint’s new moulded fiber, plant-based clamshell container will not only decrease unneeded trash entering the environment, but will also reduce exposure to hazardous chemicals contained in plastic.
Footprint’s clamshell was produced by materials scientists who developed barrier technologies to replace the plastic liners frequently found in fast-casual service and university takeaway meal ware.
Footprint’s barrier technologies defend against oil and water, resulting in a plant-based product with the same quality and cost per unit as plastic equivalents. Footprint’s clamshell is free of plastic and PFAS, so it will not affect the environment, people, or food.
Toxic PFAS chemicals entering the human body through eating or inhalation are disturbing our endocrine system, affecting fertility and appropriate child development.
PFAS compounds have been found in the blood of 97 percent of Americans and have been associated to decreased antibody responses to immunisations and decreased resistance to infectious disease. As they continue to negotiate COVID-19 and enter flu season, they are delighted to offer a solution that supports socially distant dining with PFAS-free, plant-based containers that are disposable and biodegradable.
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