Oatly frozen desserts have switched to eco-friendly paper-based packaging made with a renewable coating derived from sugarcane called Stanpac Packaging. The material is offered by Evergreen Packaging.
Sentinel products from Evergreen Packaging come from renewable resources, paper derived from trees in forests where responsible forest practices are used and where overall growth exceeds use. The coating on the board is sugarcane-based polyethylene, making the board fully renewable since both the paper and the coating come from sources that can be regenerated. Sentinel offers performance, superior strengths and print quality, says the company.
“We were so glad to learn that Evergreen and Stanpac are committed to furthering their own sustainable offerings and that they come to Oatly as a partner to get those options in the word. As a company committed to developing new food options for sustainably-minded consumers, it’s great to have packaging partners equally committed to lowering their footprints,” says Mike Massersmith general manager at Oatly US.
Sentinel products are designed to be used in a variety of foodservice and retail food-grade packaging applications with varying shelf life needs, including ice cream with its specific controlled environment requirements.