spoonfuls is a value-add reusable closure designed with consideration to the greenest solutions and source reduction
composed of PCR resin
BPA free, PVC free
recycle-ready PP mono-material
tethered cap solution
unitary package, integrated cap
detachable cap solution / multi-use and reusable application
child resistant designed cap
reusable closure and packaging
FDA compliant resin (food application)
eliminates excess secondary packaging/ packaging supply chain
"the most important decisions about a product - what it is going to be made of, how it is going to be used, and what is going to happen once it's no longer in use - are all made at the design stage, and this is precisely why design sits prominently at the heart of the circular economy. "
"today, designers have an amazing opportunity to be part of building a restorative, regenerative future; a future where we can recover materials and feed them back into the economy.”
• approximately 1 truckload of pouches for every 24 truckloads of rigid containers
• product to package ratio of 35:1
• reduce material and volume by 77% over traditional rigid formats
• decrease carbon emissions by up to 93%
• reduces overall carbon impact by 40%
• progressive recycling facilities ensure that pouches remain in stream. in the unfortunate circumstance - outside of commercial control - the pouch ends up in a land fill, pouches are less mass in the landfill by 77%.
reusable closures, refillable packaging
• enter the circular economy with
a spoonfuls reusable closure within your product line. offering reusable and refillable models. suitable utilizing compatible packages for applications such as foods, surfactants and topicals.
please contact us for more information.
while spoonfuls closures can be utilized with either rigid or pouch formats we strongly encourage the use of pouches. pouches are composed of less plastic, take less energy to make, are less mass to ship, use less secondary packaging to transport and need less trucks to transport, therefore decreasing the overall carbon impact.
• only 9% of plastic waste was recycled in 2020 - let's use PCR for packaging and build reusable packaging models!
• according to the EPA;
• transportation accounted for 29 percent of 2019 greenhouse gas emissions
• rigid formats vs pouches
• rigid formats use far more plastic, expend far more energy making and shipping them, and none the less, end up outside of our recycling stream
• pouches leave a significantly lighter footprint as opposed to traditional rigid package formats