Crooked Row Farm Paradise

Robert Eversole, the owner of Crooked Farm “The giant Pacific Ocean garbage patch continues to grow, ecosystems and animal species are destroyed, and natural resources are wasted all so that we can temporarily store an item. Most recycling facilities no longer accept plastic bags of any sort, which further compounds the problem. The FDA doesn’t want to address the issue, because their guidance favors food packaging to be manufactured of virgin materials, and burdens those that wish to use recycled products.”
“It seemed so backwards to be doing so much to improve the quality of the land on our farm, just to send our products out, wrapped in a piece of trash to pollute land somewhere else”

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Planet Textiles Take-Out

The Sustainable Textile Summit was held on 11 May in Copenhagen. Key politicians and industry leaders from across the world participated including TIPA, represented by VP Sales, Elz Hotam, speaking on the topic of “Closing the Loop Today- Compostable Packaging”

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How TIPA Came To Be

What began five and a half years ago as a dream to treat flexible food packaging like an orange peel, has grown into the reality of a company, has a large R&D team, a bio-plastic manufacturing team and sales and marketing teams – with a subsidiary sales office based in the US.

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A passion for product innovation

When Tal and Daphna founded Tipa in June 2010, where others saw the difficulties of waste management around flexible packaging, Tal looked through the lens of an industrial designer with a lifestyle approach on Tipa’s vision of treating food flexible packaging like an orange peel… Like an organic waste, a natural resource…

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