Jac. Vandenberg, Inc. is honored to have its SUNRAYS® Mandarin BIO bags selected as one of the finalists in the Snack Category in NCW Magazine's 2021 Eco-Excellence Awards™.
The awards recognize year after year the innovators and game-changers in the world of sustainable living.
With more than 80 categories, a celebrity judge panel joined by media editors and experts, the Eco-Excellence Awards attract more than half a million public votes as well as national and international media attention.
The SUNRAYS Mandarin BIO bags are sustainable packaging, right from the raw materials stage through processing. The raw materials used in this netting is 100 percent beechwood, which is recovered from the thinning of FSC®, or PEFC-certified forests. The beechwood is then transformed into spun-dyed modal fibers in compliance with strict environmental standards and with a zero-carbon footprint. The netting will biodegrade within 12 weeks of disposal and are also certified home compostable.
The netting on these bags will biodegrade within 12 weeks of disposal and are also certified home compostable.
“At Jac. Vandenberg we are constantly looking at solutions promoting sustainability, from the beginning of the supply chain at the farm all the way through to the end of life of the product and packaging. We are in an industry that relies so heavily on the health and sustainability of our planet. It only makes sense that we invest and do everything we can to protect it,” says John Paap, Jac. Vandenberg brand manager. “We are very excited to be an Eco-Snack finalist in the 2021 Eco-Excellence Awards.”
The raw materials used in this netting is 100 percent beechwood, which is recovered from the thinning of FSC, or PEFC-certified forests.
Voting for the winners is open to the public with voting commencing July 6, 2021 and ending July 23, 2021. You may vote here.
Awards will be unveiled July 28, 2021.