Bread packaging

Tip Top changes sliced white bread with recyclable cardboard bread tags

One of Australia’s favourite supermarket breads is introducing a new change to its packaging in what is an Australian first.

Tip Top is rolling out recyclable bread tags in a move that will eventually rid the nation of 400 million plastic bits a year.

The company is starting the rollout with South Australia, with an Australia-wide rollout of the cardboard tags planned to take place over the next two years.

From Thursday, Tip Top products in South Australia will be fitted with cardboard tags made from industrial and consumer waste.

The company said the change will remove 11 million plastic tags from South Australia by the end of 2021.

The new tags are equally as durable and no extra cost will be passed on to retailers, Tip Top said.

The company is starting the rollout with South Australia, with an Australia-wide rollout of the cardboard tags planned to take place over the next two years.

From Thursday, Tip Top products in South Australia will be fitted with cardboard tags made from industrial and consumer waste.

The company said the change will remove 11 million plastic tags from South Australia by the end of 2021.

The new tags are equally as durable and no extra cost will be passed on to retailers, Tip Top said.

Source : https://www.news.com.au/finance/business/retail/tip-top-rolls-out-recyclable-cardboard-bread-tags/news-story/

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