Parkside produces 100% home compostable pack with colorful design for vegan chocolate brand Mummy Meegz; packaging is made with Parkside’s Park2Nature compostable material, features brand’s amphibian mascot Billie depicted inside the pack

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September 28, 2023 (press release) –

Parkside has partnered with vegan chocolate brand Mummy Meegz to bring its amphibian mascot Billie to life in a colourful design adorning a 100% home compostable pack.

The innovative packaging, made with Parkside’s Park2Nature™ compostable material, is available in two eye-catching designs to differentiate the oat milk and white chocolate product lines. Both are adorned with the colourful cartoon frog Billie, closely depicting the cool chocolate frog inside the pack. So not only is Billie a fantastic vegan swap, but he is also made from chocolate which is sustainably sourced and packed in the TÜV-certified home compostable packaging.

“Sustainability and ethical shopping are increasingly important to today’s consumers, as more shoppers than ever are concerned with how their purchases are produced and packed,” said Paul Lenihan, Sales Account Manager at Parkside. “This pack, produced in partnership with Mummy Meegz, considers the sustainable sentiments of today’s consumer.

“Mummy Meegz is a wonderful, independent business with a strong, uncompromising brand identity. Their motto is ‘kindness 100% guaranteed’ and we are proud to have delivered a pack that aligns with that ethos.”

TÜV home compostable certification means the pack is guaranteed to break down into nothing more than biomass, water, and carbon dioxide within 26 weeks in a regular domestic compost heap, and within 12 weeks in a composting facility. Importantly for Mummy Meegz, if and when it enters the sea the packaging will disintegrate by 96% in 36 weeks, with signs of microbial activity which is essential for full degradation.

Helen Hartley, Managing Director of Mummy Meegz, said it was important the brand’s packaging was in line with the brand’s ethos. “We are on a mission to show the world that chocolate can be mind-blowingly good without the need for animal products,” said Helen. “At the same time we want to minimise any potential impact to animals and marine life throughout the full life cycle of our packaging, and Parkside’s sustainable solutions really fit the bill.”

The Park2Nature material that makes up the pack is a paper-based triplex laminate, made without polylactic acids (PLAs), genetically modified organisms (GMOs), and other substances that could leak into the environment.

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