The home compostable coffee bag, made from plants

Now available in 1kg and 250g sizes, our home compostable coffee bag range exists for the conscious roaster. Certified by TÜV AUSTRIA’s OK Compost HOME certification programme, this bag is made from plants (sugarcane, cassava and corn, to be exact) and has been designed for the most ideal product end-of-life scenario possible — the home compost bin.

Now available in 1kg and 250g sizes, our home compostable coffee bag range exists for the conscious roaster. Made from materials certified by TÜV AUSTRIA’s OK Compost HOME certification programme (sugarcane, cassava and corn, to be exact), this bag has been designed for the most ideal product end-of-life scenario possible — the home compost bin.

Simply put — use it, compost it, return it to the earth.

This bag is available in CompostablePlus, our high barrier format which is ideal for roasters wanting to ensure longer shelf-life and protection, or Compostable, our medium barrier format which is a good option if shelf-life and storage and shipping times are more minimal. Like our other products, this bag is ready to be customised — so you can get your brand’s message to the world, while also meeting those sustainability goals.

For existing customers, this product is live on Ordermentum now, ready to order.

For new customers: want to find out more, get a sample or make an order? Head to our product page or contact us.

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