TIPA in the News

August 10, 2020

Watch | The World Economic Forum: This sustainable packaging was inspired by orange peel

This sustainable packaging is an alternative to flexible plastic packaging, that the creators say is just as strong as but is also 100% compostable just a few months after use.
January 15, 2021

The 25 most sustainable and ethical luxury fashion brands

More fashion-forward buyers are holding brands accountable for their clothes’ impact on the plane. A growing number of ethical and sustainable luxury brands are offering both high-quality and beautiful pieces. Most luxury businesses are now rethinking their value chain and trying to ensure their product is environmentally and ethically sound.
January 15, 2021

Santini switches to compostable bags for all “technical” clothing

Italian cycling clothing Santini has announced that it is now switching to fully compostable bags for all of its “technical” clothing for 2021, using wrappers made by Israeli sustainable packaging specialist TIPA.
January 14, 2021

As the Circular Economy Law enters its final stage, new survey reveals that French consumers are ready for compostable packaging

Results of the survey suggest French consumers consider compostable packaging to be a healthy and environmentally friendly alternative plastic and believe that more food should be packaged in fully compostable packaging. They are already sorting most of their waste and would like to be better informed about how they can do more.
January 13, 2021

French ready for compostable packaging

Of 1,000 French shoppers polled by Ipsos, 89 per cent believed more food should be packed in compostable packaging instead of plastic. In addition, 65 per cent stated a willingness to pay more for products wrapped in compostable packaging.
January 11, 2021

Communiqué de Presse: Alors que la loi pour une économie circulaire entre dans sa phase finale, une nouvelle enquête révèle que les consommateurs français sont prêts pour les emballages compostables

Alors que la loi anti-gaspillage pour une économie circulaire entre dans sa phase finale, que la Commission Européenne doit bientôt adopter des “lignes directrices” sur ce que signifient en pratique les dispositions concernant les plastiques à usage unique, et que les discussions autour de la Convention Citoyenne pour le Climat continuent, les prochaines semaines seront déterminantes pour les secteurs de l’emballage et de la gestion des déchets.
December 21, 2020

ULMA and TIPA predict industry shift to biomaterials

Machinery manufacturer ULMA Packaging and compostable packaging supplier TIPA have partnered with the aim of improving efficiency for running compostable films on advanced packaging machinery. The collaboration will optimise ULMA box motion and flow-wrapping machines to run with compostable films, and seeks to match the performance and machinability of conventional plastic.
December 10, 2020

London-based designer L’Estrange to go climate-positive with compostable packaging

Consumer habits are changing as awareness grows, and demand is increasing for transparent and truly effective sustainability practices in fashion.
December 4, 2020

Sustainable packaging startup TIPA scores $4m as consumers drive demand

“We believe that the packaging market will undergo a complete transformation and switch from plastic packaging to biodegradable or recyclable packaging,” Chanan Schneider, Millennium Food-Tech CEO, said in a press release announcing the funding.
December 4, 2020

The Future of Food is about a Lot More Than Just Lab-Grown Burgers

“There’s no question that plastic packaging is a vital industry,” says Daphna Nissenbaum, CEO and co-founder of TIPA, an Israeli firm that is leading the field of packaging innovation…TIPA’s breakthrough has been to make compostable, flexible plastics so good that companies and consumers won’t be able to tell the difference. And, if the technology works, nature won’t even notice we’re here.”
December 3, 2020

London City Airport to Start Using Compostable Security Bags

London City Airport (LCY) today announced TIPA as the winners of its Sustainable Security Bag Challenge. According to the airport, TIPA were able to provide it with a product made from fully transparent materials, aligned to regulatory standards, and can be composted at home by London City passengers or disposed as food waste at the airport.