Food businesses that pledge to implement or transition to at least 3 of the following 6 sustainable practices this season will be listed in our publicity campaign, and will be given door decals for display and digital logos to use in their marketing.
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Note: In most cases, compostable bioplastics (made from organic materials like corn) can only be successfully composted in industrial composting facilities that reach high temperatures. Many disposable to-go products end up in the environment and eventually in the ocean, where they cannot biodegrade because the temperature is not high enough. When disposables must be used, the best current option seems to be to use materials that are truly biodegradable in the marine environment, like paperboard, cardboard, or other plant fiber (that are not lined with regular or bioplastic) when possible, and if any compostable bioplastics are disposed of in house, to have them industrially composted.