Hoogly introduces compostable tea packaging for UK hotels

Hoogly introduces compostable tea packaging for UK hotels

Business

Hoogly, the renowned artisanal tea brand, has teamed up with Parkside, a leading flexible packaging specialist, to unveil a sustainable solution for individually wrapped teabags tailored specifically for the hotel and hospitality sector.

Crafted using a unique laminate blend of Parkside’s compostable Park2Nature™ material and Futamura's high-performance metallised compostable film, NatureFlex™ NM, the new envelopes ensure optimal freshness and aroma preservation for Hoogly's exquisite tea blends. Certified by TÜV as home compostable, these envelopes break down within 26 weeks in domestic compost heaps and just 12 weeks in industrial composting facilities, perfectly aligning with Hoogly's eco-friendly ethos.

Parkside’s five-star partnership with Hoogly brings compostable tea packaging to UK hotels © Parkside Flexibles

Available in three distinct designs – English breakfast, mint, and green tea – the teabags are featured in rooms across Pride of Britain's prestigious collection of luxury hotels, spanning over 50 locations nationwide.

Staci Bye, Sales Account Manager at Parkside, said: Meeting the unique needs of each of our customers is our number one priority when taking on a packaging project. We’re delighted that we were able to do that with this design, which meets the customer’s desire for a sustainably developed pack that still offers the barrier performance required to keep the teabags fresh. And, as someone who travels a lot when engaging with our customers face-to-face, I’m looking forward to enjoying a cup of Hoogly tea during my next hotel stay!

This article was originally published by Parkside Flexibles.

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