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World Centric Expands Compostable Collection With Takeout Containers

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World Centric has announced the addition of two product lines to its 100-percent, tree-free compostable collection. To be unveiled at the 2022 National Restaurant Association Expo from May 21-24 in Chicago, the offerings include the company’s NoTree tall and rectangular takeout containers. 

Both are made from FSC certified renewable bamboo paper with a bio-based moisture barrier lining to provide foodservice operators an alternative to traditional petroleum-based plastic.

Perfect for grab and go, takeout and delivery, the bamboo tall and rectangular takeout containers are designed to hold hot or cold foods of all kinds. The containers are offered in 16, 26, and 32 ounces. 

The Rectangular Containers are available in 16-, 24- or 32-ounce sizes, alongside a 100-percent compostable paper lid. The containers are leak proof, durable and compostable in commercial compostable facilities where available.

“In honor of our mission of service, we are proud to continue developing new and innovative products,” said Gina Michele, director of sales East at World Centric. “This expansion of our NoTree collection demonstrates our ongoing commitment to providing foodservice items which play a powerful role in positively impacting our planet.”

World Centric will be exhibiting at booth No. 1542 during the 2022 National Restaurant Association Expo. Samples of the new NoTree containers will be available, as will World Centric’s line of some 350 compostable products.

World Centric annually gives 25 percent of its net profits to fund global grassroots social and environmental projects that provide basic needs and economic development opportunities for communities experiencing poverty. 

For more information, visit worldcentric.com/notree-takeout.

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