MAMA CARES ABOUT THE ENVIRONMENT

Mama  always said: "Do good and don't think about it, do bad and think about it."

This philosophy guides us not just in our treatment of other people, but also the environment. Below you'll find a full list of how to responsibly recycle/dispose of every component of our lasagnas' packaging.

While some of the plastics used on our packaging unfortunately cannot be recycled, we are working towards finding more sustainable sources to eliminate the disposal of these plastics in the garbage.

NOTE: This information has been written based on the guidelines in our beautiful city of Hamilton, Ontario. Recycling regulations vary by municipality, so be sure to double check with your city at the link below!

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SINGOLA MICRO

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TRAY

WHAT IT'S MADE OF - Pressed Paper

HOW TO DISPOSE OF IT - Paper Recycling

Before going to the recycling bin, the trays must be free of food residue.

SEAL

WHAT IT'S MADE OF - Plastic Film

HOW TO DISPOSE OF IT - Garbage

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BOX

WHAT IT'S MADE OF - Cardboard

HOW TO DISPOSE OF IT - Paper Recycling OR Compost

Clean, unsoiled boxes can be recycled, but if the box has any spots of food residue it should be composted.

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MICRO MINI

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TRAY

WHAT IT'S MADE OF - Pressed Paper

HOW TO DISPOSE OF IT - Paper Recycling

Before going to the recycling bin, the trays must be free of food residue.

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SEAL

WHAT IT'S MADE OF - Plastic Film

HOW TO DISPOSE OF IT - Garbage

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BOX

WHAT IT'S MADE OF - Cardboard

HOW TO DISPOSE OF IT - Paper Recycling OR Compost

Clean, unsoiled boxes can be recycled, but if the box has any spots of food residue it should be composted.

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TRAY

WHAT IT'S MADE OF - Aluminum

HOW TO DISPOSE OF IT - Container Recycling

Before going to the recycling bin, the trays must be free of food residue.

LID

WHAT IT'S MADE OF - Cardboard/Mixed Materials

HOW TO DISPOSE OF IT - Compost/Garbage

Due to the lid containing mixed materials, to properly recycle as much of the packaging as possible: peel/rip off the aluminum side of the lid and dispose of that part in the garbage, then compost the remaining soiled cardboard in the green bin.

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SEAL

WHAT IT'S MADE OF - Plastic

HOW TO DISPOSE OF IT - Container Recycling

When recycling plastic films and bags be sure to bag all the plastics to be recycled, double tie the bag, and put in containers recycling bin.

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LABEL

WHAT IT'S MADE OF - Paper

HOW TO DISPOSE OF IT - Paper Recycling OR Compost

Clean, unsoiled paper can be recycled, but if the paper has any spots of food residue it should be composted.

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LARGE

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LABEL

WHAT IT'S MADE OF - Paper

HOW TO DISPOSE OF IT - Paper Recycling OR Compost

Clean, unsoiled paper can be recycled, but if the paper has any spots of food residue it should be composted.s recycling bin.

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TRAY

WHAT IT'S MADE OF - Aluminum

HOW TO DISPOSE OF IT - Container Recycling

Before going to the recycling bin, the trays must be free of food residue.

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LID

WHAT IT'S MADE OF - Aluminum

HOW TO DISPOSE OF IT - Container Recycling

Before going to the recycling bin, the trays must be free of food residue.

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SEAL

WHAT IT'S MADE OF - Plastic

HOW TO DISPOSE OF IT - Container Recycling

When recycling plastic films and bags be sure to bag all the plastics to be recycled, double tie the bag, and put in containers recycling bin.

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