Kickstart Your Mornings with NEW Flavours of Super Seeds Breakfast Toppers in Compostable Packaging
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Two Birds Breakfast Toppers are nutritious supercharged cereals, a perfectly mixed combination of seeds (chia, buckwheat, pumpkin and hemp hearts) with added combinations of delicious and healthy bee pollen, spices or fruits.
Simply sprinkle over sweet or savoury breakfast bowls, meals, porridge, pancakes, bakes, salad toppings and add to smoothies to kick start your day and keep you fuller for longer.
Ending Waste & Embracing Taste
Now available in 100% plastic-free, fully home compostable packaging (it will compost like vegetable peelings)
- Good for you and good for the environment!
What is the packaging made from?
A blend of compostable polymers, derived from a range of natural products such as paper, plant fibres and eucalyptus wood pulp.
The Plastic Free TM Consumer Trust Mark from A Plastic Planet instantly informs and empowers consumers to make plastic-free choices to reduce their plastic footprint. All packaging is carefully evaluated by A Plastic Planet’s Plastic Free Panel of world experts in all packaging materials. Two birds Cereals packaging is free of conventional plastic derived from fossil fuels.
After eating, where should I dispose of the packaging?
The innovative film is just as durable and impermeable as ordinary plastic packaging, but unlike other commonly used materials on the market, it biologically decomposes in a home composter, ordinary compost heap or your local council’s food waste collection and returns to the natural cycle, behaving just like an orange or a banana peel.
How long does it take to compost?
Home Compost (e.g. your garden compost) = less than 26 weeks at ambient temperature (<30C).
Industrial Compost (local council food bin) = less than 12 weeks at 60C.
What does it break down into?
This home compostable packaging breaks down into water, carbon dioxide and biomass. Once turned into compost it can be used to improve soil.
What's the difference between 'biodegradable' & 'compostable'?
‘Compostable’ and ‘biodegradable’ are often mistakenly thought of as interchangeable but they’re not! A material that is biodegradable will be broken down by biological processes. For a material to be certified compostable, it must break down under the proper composting conditions with the resulting elements having value as a soil improver. These pouches are all certified 100% home compostable.
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