compostible packaging

Terra Pouches are a form of packaging that lessens negative impacts on the planet. They were originally made of zipper-free packaging, but that made storage difficult. Therefore, there are now Silicone Pouches which make it easier to store Terra Pouches. The time it takes for these pouches to decompose is temperature-dependent and can range anywhere from 69 days to 6 months. These pouches are approved for all types of composting and are easy to dispose of. If for some reason, the Terra Pouches end up in the ocean due to improper disposal, they would still be better than other plastics or recyclable materials that reach the ocean due to the fact that they are mostly wood cellulose and degrade over time.

Key Takeaways:

  • Terra pouches are usually made with wood cellulose and other resins
  • It takes around 6 months for the pouches to completely decompose
  • All you have to do is remove the label and bury it in compost or dirt.

“Just as evolution occurs in nature to adapt to the Earth, we do the same in our practices and packaging to lessen our impact on the planet.”

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