October 23, 2020
Abel & Cole debuts home compostable bags for herbs
“…finding a suitable packaging solution for loose produce such as our herbs has until now proven challenging,” Stef Sahmel, head of sustainability at Abel & Cole, said, “With TIPA, however, we’ve found something robust and moisture-retentive, keeping our herbs in fantastic condition and reducing food waste, with a material that our customers can compost at home.”
February 24, 2020
10 Israeli companies listed among top 50 global AgTech, FoodTech firms in 2020
TIPA is included in ten Israeli companies listed among two separate lists highlighting the top 50 companies worldwide in the food tech and agtech (agriculture tech) sectors in 2020, put together by SVG Ventures-THRIVE and published by Forbes this week.
February 19, 2020
Un Air d’Ici: le leader européen du vrac va ouvrir la première usine d’Europe zéro emballage
Un Air d’Ici: European leader in bulk to open Europe’s first zero-packaging factory. “Since June,” explains Frank Bonfils of Un Air d’Ici says, “all our ranges have been wrapped in a compostable protective film created by the Israeli start-up Tipa. Above all, we will open in June, in Carpentras, the first food processing plant in Europe with zero polluting packaging, covering 12,000 square meters.”
January 29, 2020
MPS and Industry call for Investment in Compostables
A group of cross-party MPs and Peers has joined industry experts in signing a letter published in the Guardian, calling on the government to include ambitious targets for compostables in the Environment Bill, which is expected to be reintroduced to Parliament in the coming weeks. “We all have been under the impression that every piece of plastic can be recycled, and a massive effort has been made toward higher recycling rates. However, we now understand that recycling cannot accommodate all packaging. We must invest in a variety of solutions including composting, reusing, new materials and recycling,” comments Daphna Nissenbaum, CEO and co-founder of TIPA.