In the world of fashion, green is the new black. The market for sustainable fashion has grown considerably in the 17 years since Stella McCartney first launched and proved that brands could be completely sustainable without losing fashion credibility. Consumers are increasingly demanding change because they are buying brands, not just for the product,…Details
As the ‘leading food innovation summit in the world’, Seeds and Chips is an annual event surrounding like-minded individuals from a wealth of sectors in the food industry. TIPA took part as an innovative packaging solution for a wide spectrum of food applications for the future of food packaging, and in the end, won for best Science Applied for Life award.Details
Yogalyte’s products extend beyond the ingredients to include their packaging. They are committed to advancing eco-friendly packaging solutions to decrease post-consumer waste. On the bottom of each on-the-go packet, there are proverbs, or words of wisdom, that are used to convey the very ethos of their company.Details
TIPA’s CEO and Co-founder, Daphna Nissenbaum:
“After years of repression and cumbersome behavior, a few key events have recently gathered regarding the plastic waste challenge. These dramatic events have created a new renaissance era for the natural recycling solution – Composting”.
If anyone loves fashion or sustainability, or even both, then consider this week an eventful week for TIPA and Stella McCartney. Probably more so for Stella since this week she presented her 2018 Fall-Winter fashion collection in the beautiful city of Paris. And to compliment her show, Stella stayed committed to her sustainable mission by…Details
There TIPA was, stand 11, at the 2017 World Efficiency Conference in Paris, France. As a Marcom Associate, I had the opportunity to represent TIPA amongst a diverse group of awe-inspiring, and innovative companies working to solidify a more sustainable future. To my right, a stand promoting renewable energy via algae production, and to my…Details
What are bioplastics?
What can and can’t they can do?
What is their role in the circular economy and reducing plastic and food waste?