May 18, 2016
Biobased World News – How orange peel is inspiring a new alternative to plastic packaging
“TIPA was to resolved to meet the challenge of creating sustainable flexible packaging by creating advanced bio-plastic materials applied in their clever new packaging solutions. The packaging was based around the goal to create useful packaging that can be returned back to nature after it is disposed of, just like an orange peel becomes a part of the food waste stream.”
May 18, 2016
How2recycle – Compostable Packaging Label System Coming Soon
“Supporters of the How2Compost Label include Natureworks, Innovia Films, Eco-Products, Tipa, among others. Companies can become members of How2Compost only, or be members of both How2Recycle and How2Compost. – See more at: https://how2recycle.info/news/2016/compostable-packaging-label-system-coming-soon#sthash.aCTrs1uD.dpuf”
April 12, 2016
The Huffington Post – 7 Start-ups Shaking up the Fashion Industry – Tipa-Corp compostable packaging
TIPA Sustainable Packaging – Reduces plastic waste. Every department store across the country requires apparel to be individually wrapped in polybags. If the industry switched to TIPA bags, the fashion industry will drastically reduce their plastic footprint.
March 30, 2016
Tipa – from start-up to World Food Innovation Award in 5 years
Tipa Corp. was proud and honoured to have been awarded the best environmental/CSR initiative award for its range of 100% compostable flexible packaging for fresh produce, TipLock zipper bags, stand up pouches, paper applications, and for coffee and snacks.
December 21, 2015
Snapmunk – “TIPA Launches Compostable Biodegradable packaging”
TIPA, a sustainable packaging tech startup from Israel, is trying to help us clean up our act by providing compostable, biodegradable packaging solutions for the food industry – the biggest contributors to plastic waste, producing 2/3 of its total global volume.
December 10, 2015
FoodBev – “Compostable packaging’s ‘overwhelming number of mentions’ in foodservice report”
Daphna Nissenbaum, the CEO of Tipa “The infrastructure is there – we just have to integrate into it. I believe that in the future the only place for flexible packaging will be in the food waste stream, and this is where it ought to be. Get into the compost system, decompose, and go back to nature. In this future world the piles of plastic that we use for packaging we disappear within a short time.
December 8, 2015
PMMI study identifies Tipa’s approach among global packaging trends
Another approach to an end-of-life solution for flexible packaging is that taken by the manufacturers of compostable flexible packaging. According to Daphna Nissenbaum, the CEO of one such company, Tipa, on the company blog, “our packaging solution offers a way to treat packaging like organic waste, like a creation of nature, like an orange peel. The infrastructure is there – we just have to integrate into it. I believe that in the future the only place for flexible packaging will be in the food waste stream, and this is where it ought to be. Get into the compost system, decompose, and go back to nature. In this future world the piles of plastic that we use for packaging we disappear within a short time. The world will take care of its waste”.