What are PFAS?
Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) are chemicals that have been used in a wide range of consumer and industrial products since the 1940’s due to their resistance to grease, oil, water, and heat.
Certain PFAS are authorized by the FDA for limited use in cookware, food packaging, and food processing equipment. However, the widespread use has resulted in increasing levels of contamination in the water, air, and soil, and exposure to certain PFAS has been linked to serious health effects.
Because of this, some states are beginning to ban the use of PFAS chemicals – including California, Washington, New York, and Maine.
Sustainable Solutions Right for You
Fiber Blend Containers
Designed for takeout and delivery, these stackable containers will help keep food fresh and safe during transport. The material resists grease, and moisture soak-through, while the design helps to prevent messy leaks. Most sizes have secure double tab closures for added security when transporting.
Fiber Blend Tableware
If you are looking for a sustainable tableware line that's durable, resistant to grease and moisture, and great for heavy and saucy foods, look no further. This new line of plates and bowls can stand up to the challenge of your heartiest menu items.