Green Cell Foam, a biodegradable and compostable packaging material, has expanded its international business by becoming the exclusive supplier of insulated coolers for NIKU Farms. The Toronto-based company will be the first meat delivery service to bring the ground-breaking shipping material to Canada for its farm-to-door meat subscription boxes. This new acquisition can reportedly greatly increase Green Cell Foam’s existing Canadian business and will add to the growing numbers of direct-to-consumer food companies worldwide who trust the 100% water-soluble shipping inserts to safely and sustainably deliver their products to their customers.
“We created Green Cell Foam to be a completely biodegradable, limited-impact alternative to Styrofoam, plastic and other landfill-clogging materials commonly used in shipping,” said Tim Colonnese, CEO of KTM Industries, makers of Green Cell Foam. “We’re proud of the work we do for partners who share our vision and are excited to expand in Canadawith NIKU Farms, a mission-driven company with sustainability ingrained in all aspects of its business.”
“Food subscription boxes are rising in popularity, but often they create excessive plastic waste. By using Green Cell Foam packaging, high-quality, ethically raised meat can go straight to your door in a completely sustainable way,” said Luke Armstrong, co-founder of NIKU Farms.
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