The new compostable and biodegradable pack
WHAT’S A NEW: A COMPOSTABLE AND BIODEGRADABLE SINGLE-PORTION CHEESE PACK!
Dalter single-portion sachets are the first products to be included in our sustainability project! These sachets are used in the industrial world to make ready-made meals and in the catering world to ensure a safer service. Today, they are available in a compostable and biodegradable material to maintain the product’s organoleptic properties and ensure a suitable shelf-life.
With this new compostable packaging, Dalter aims at reducing plastic packaging to protect the environment and ensure production sustainability.
QUALITY. This material is designed to maintain the freshness and flavour of cheese.
MATERIAL.The sachet is made of a 100% biodegradable and compostable material.
DISPOSAL. The pack can be composted in countries where industrial composting streams exist and in compliance with the municipality guidelines.
This new packaging is made with processing residues of agricultural products and other renewable sources.
Taste and smell of grated or cut cheese remain unchanged. The cheese is as fresh as just cut
The pack can be composted in countries where industrial composting streams exist and in compliance with the municipality guidelines
Composting plants process this material, transforming it into compost for soil.
What does “BIODEGRADABLE MATERIAL” mean?
It’s a material that bacteria or weather agents can decompose by 90% into simple molecules such as water, carbon dioxide, methane within 6 months.
What does “COMPOSTABLE MATERIAL” mean?
It means that the material is biodegradable and can be transformed into compost for soil. Decomposition can occur by 90% within 6 months in specific conditions, without leaving residues after 3 months in contact with organic materials and without negatively impacting the quality of the compost.
“With the introduction of the single-portion sachets, we are the first producers of hard cheeses to make 100% biodegradable and compostable packaging. Research and commitment have led us to this environmentally-friendly choice, which is the first step for achieving sustainability.”