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Sustainable packaging
Certified Home Compostable Film
Made from natural products
Made from
natural products
Certified Home
Compostable Film

Because little things make a
Big Difference

We’re changing the way we package our delicious treats

Our new gourmet Mish Mash Cookies range features 100% Home Compostable film and fully recyclable box and tray.

Your garden will love gobbling up the wrapper as much as your family and friends will love devouring these New York style cookies.

The environmentally sustainable packaging is certified 100% home compostable and made from a range of natural products including eucalyptus fibre, cassava and corn starch. That means no nasties!

No Nasties

The empty wrapper can be returned to nature by simply disposing of it in your home compost bin. It’s guaranteed to fully decompose within 26 weeks alongside other kitchen and garden waste. Even if it gets thrown in the regular rubbish bin, the packaging will still eventually breakdown.

Recyclable box
100% recyclable
PET tray
Certified Home
Compostable Film

We’re on a mission to leave the world a better place

All trays are made from 100% recyclable PET plastic.

All our goodies are baked using free range eggs. Happy hens make delicious healthy eggs.

1 in 3 cookies is baked by the sun. We have 141 solar panels generating over 50,000 kWhs of green energy a year!

Charlies Cares

We’re helping FareShare in the fight to reduce foodwaste and restore wellbeing and dignity.

Home Compostable Frequently Asked Questions:

How does it work?

Home compostable packaging breaks down in the same way fruit and vegetable scraps do to become organic soil. This even includes the ink and adhesives used to seal the package.

How do I know it will actually compost?

The product is independently tested and accredited to prove it will breakdown at set composting conditions and has been checked for eco-toxicity to ensure that it has no negative impact on the composting environment.

What is the accreditation process?

The Australasian Bioplastics Association (ABA) is the governing body that sets and provide the standards for packaging based on its level of biodegradability. When packaging is classified as compostable, and has undergone stringent testing set by the ABA, the packaging is accredited the Australian Standard AS 4736-2006. The packaging will display a Home Compostable Logo.

Can you put Home Compostable Packaging in your council green bin?

You will need to check with your local council, some councils may not accept it.

What if the wrapper ends up as litter?

Unlike Petrochemical based plastics, home compostable packaging will start to biodegrade in the presence of microbes, moisture and oxygen at ambient temperatures.