HelloFresh

Reduce, Reuse and Recycle with HelloFresh

Reduce, Reuse and Recycle with HelloFresh

We want to make sure your food arrives at your doorstep FRESH and safe, every time and we’re always looking for ways to improve our packaging, like reducing its use where we can and using recyclable options wherever possible.

We want to make sure your food arrives at your doorstep FRESH and safe, every time and we’re always looking for ways to improve our packaging, like reducing its use where we can and using recyclable options wherever possible.

What we’re working on

RedCycle

We've recently partnered with RedCycle so our customers can recycle their soft plastics. Soon we'll be starting to roll out the RedCycle logo on our packaging so it's clear exactly what can be recycled in this way.

Australian Packaging Covenant Organisation (APCO)

By becoming a Member of APCO, we have made a commitment to work towards more sustainable packaging. Our shared priorities include improved packaging design, introducing sustainable alternatives where possible, and minimising the amount of waste going to landfill.

Cardboard and meal kit bags

Our boxes and our meal kit bags, including the stickers are all 100% recyclable.

What to do with them?

Flatten your box, empty your meal kit bags and pop them all into your kerbside recycling bin.

Cool Pouch

Our cool pouches are plant-based and provide the insulation to keep your sensitive ingredients like your dairy and meat safe to eat.

What to do with them?

You can reuse them or dispose of them in your general waste.

Ice Packs

The ice packs are filled with a water-based gel and go into your cool pouch to keep your sensitive ingredients chilled and fresh.

What to do with them?

The ice packs are perfect for reuse in your esky or cooler bag. Otherwise, dispose of the water-based gel in your general waste and take the outer soft plastic layer to your local RedCycle bin for recycling.

Soft Plastics

The plastic wrappers used for your meats, salads and herbs help to keep them fresh and hygienic.

What to do with them?

Your soft plastics can be taken to your local RedCycle bin for recycling.