Australia’s First 100% Recycled & Recyclable Cardboard Bread Tags | Tip Top

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Australia’s First 100% Recycled and Recyclable Cardboard Bread Tags

Tip Top is the first in Australia to move to 100 per cent recyclable bread tags made from 100 per cent recycled cardboard. Launching in South Australia, the cardboard bread tags will be rolled out across Australia soon. 

The new bread tags will launch on South Australian shelves first, removing 11 million plastic bread tags from South Australian waste streams by the end of 2021 and divert over 400 million plastic bread tags from landfill each year as they roll out nationally. By 2025, all Tip Top’s packaging will be 100 per cent recyclable, reusable or compostable to help close-the-loop

Developed and produced through rigorous testing, the new sustainable bread tags promise no compromise on freshness and taste. 

Tip Top encourages consumers to recycle their cardboard bread tags in kerbside recycling bins by tucking the tag securely inside other paper or cardboard products, such as an envelope or paper bag, giving them the best chance of being recycled into a new product rather than being sent to landfill.

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Tip Top is also working with Adelady to introduce the new tags. Hayley Pearson, proud South Australian mum and Co-Creator of Adelady said

“South Australians take pride in leading the nation when it comes to the war on waste. As long-standing Tip Top customers, Adelady is delighted to lead sustainability efforts with a brand all Aussies know and love. The new bread tags are a great way to educate our families and start the recycling efforts at home. All it takes is picking someone in the household to collect the tags and tuck them into your paper or cardboard recycling. You’d be surprised by how a little thing like this can go a long way in helping to save our planet.”

Cardboard bread tags can be found on all Tip Top fresh, sliced breads on South Australian shelves from Thursday 26 November 2020.

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For more information and all enquiries please visit the Tip Top website.

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