Recyclable Packaging

 

Here, at Hill House Farm we pride ourselves on providing exceptional customer service throughout our supply chain and right to your door. We have spent a lot of time working out the best way to send you your ‘farm to fork’ produce, all wrapped in just the right amount of carefully selected temperature insulated packaging that’s more environmentally friendly.

All our boxes and bags are recyclable, even the tape we’ve sourced to seal them can be recycled. In fact, there’s very little that we use that isn’t recyclable. Just remember to wash it all out before putting it in your green bin.


How will a Hill House Farm Box arrive?

Your Hill House Farm order will be delivered by APC Overnight in one of our temperature insulated recyclable cardboard boxes, which are a more environmentally friendly alternative to polystyrene.


How will our meat items be packaged?

We individually wrap and label each product, highlighting the best before date and ingredients, including allergens. The plastic bags we use are high-grade plastic, which means once rinsed they can be recycled.


How will our non-meat items be packaged?

We will carefully wrap and protect your non-meat items so that they are separated during transit.


Information on our Temperature Insulated Delivery

We use recyclable cardboard boxes, which we line with insulation liners made from all natural 100% sheep’s wool, housed inside a recyclable, food grade polyethylene bag. We use Puffin Packaging for our boxes and liners, which are a more eco-friendly alternative to polystyrene.

The liners can be reused, but once its time to part company, the 100% responsibly sourced wool can be composted, and even if it ends up in landfill, it will biodegrade within 6-12 months.

The polyethylene liners, which house the wool, and the food grade plastic packaging can all be recycled, and the box and tape can either be recycled or composted.

We always recommend you reuse as much packaging as you can or you can place the items in your weekly recycling.


If you have further questions about how to recycle your packaging, feel free to get in touch with us.

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