Healthy eating, environmentally conscious.

We make sure your meals arrive
fresh and safe.

Our team, which includes the most innovative designers in the business, is committed to developing the most environmentally responsible packaging available, with fully recyclable and compostable materials.

Box

What's it made of?

A blend of recycled and virgin kraft paper.

Where does it go?

The box can be recycled with other paper products or directly recycled alongside plastic/carton products.

Kraft paper
Box

Insulation

What's it made of?

Our thermal liners are made out of 86% recycled content, the makeup is post-consumer water/soda bottles.

Where does it go?

We invite you to recycle your liners in the same bin that you would place your water/soda bottles.

Compostable box

Insulated Reusable
Bag

What's it made of?

100% reclaimed denim. The liner is a #4 store drop-off recyclable low density polyethylene.

Where does it go?

We offer to pick up your insulated, reusable CookUnity bag to reduce waste. You can also have the option to hang onto it and reuse it as you wish:) Each week, our team will pick up your old bag and leave you a brand new one with your meals. Please leave the bag at the front desk or front door, and our delivery person will take care of the rest.

Meal Trays

What's it made of?

Our laminated containers are made out of molded fiber pulp, compostable bases with a recyclable plastic seal.

Molded fiber pulp packaging is one of the sustainable types of packaging that is manufactured using recycled paper wastes.

Where does it go?

The container can be directly recycled alongside plastic/carton products. You can recycle the cardboard meal sleeve with other paper products.

Packs
Ice Packs

Gel Packs

What's it made of?

A gel that's 98% water and 2% non–GMO cotton. The liner is a #4 store drop-off recyclable low density polyethylene.

Where does it go?

Once the gel packs are fully thawed, you should dispose of the non-toxic contents in the garbage and then recycle the plastic bag. Even though the gel inside is water-soluble, we don’t recommend pouring it down the drain in case of temporary clogs. (Another option is to reuse or donate your gel packs. They’re great for camping and road trips.)

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