Let's keep this clean, folks

From the very start, it's been our mission to take care of food so food can take care of you. We've put this into practice by making clean, nourishing food that answers the call for convenience. But that need for convenience is oftentimes at odds with the needs of our planet: The more we need things at a moment's notice, the more disposable the solution.

We're working to change that. We're not perfect, but we're making strides to get better. Our goal? 100% compostable, recyclable, and virgin plastic-free, and this is just the beginning. By choosing this path, we hope you can join us on our journey as a part of the solution.

Each piece has a place to go when you're done with it.
Here's a little guide to help.

WHAT GOES WHERE

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Reach out to our Care Team (aka our Daily Harvest gurus) who are always ready to answer any questions.

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WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE?

Curbside Recycling
Accepts common items like paper, glass, cardboard, and plastic bottles.
Municipal Recycling
Accepts a wider range of items, including items made from a combination of materials like paper and plastic.
  • Our Mylk box is made from paper and 100% curbside recyclable.
  • Our Flatbread box is made from paper and 100% curbside recyclable.
Our custom bowls are made of moulded pulp (science, baby) and are 100% compostable and curbside recyclable.
Our cups are made of water-resistant paper and may be recycled at a local drop-off center or bin. Check municipal recycling policies here.
  • Our boxes, liners, and dry ice barriers are made of paper and are 100% curbside recyclable.
  • Our Flatbread tray is made from paper and 100% curbside recyclable.
The sleeves that surround our bowls are made of virgin paper materials (100% trees) and are completely curbside recyclable.
Our liner is made from paper and renewable plant-based parts (literally just air and starch), making it 100% curbside recyclable. Cheers to that, am I right?
Our Mylk caddy (aka our silver platter) is made of #1 PET plastic and 100% curbside recyclable. Easy.
Our Mylk seal (no spilt...you know) is made of #1 PET plastic and may be recycled at a local drop-off center or bin. Check local municipality policies here.
Our lids are made of plastic #4, which is curbside recyclable. Yep. That easy.
Our seals are made of (lucky) #7 plastic film and may be recycled at a local drop-off center or bin. Check local municipality policies here.
Our Flatbread shrink wrap (there to keep everything where it's supposed to be) is made from #4 plastic and may be recycled at a local drop-off center or bin. Check local municipality policies here.
  • Paper
  • Plastic
Curbside Recycling
Accepts common items like paper, glass, cardboard, and plastic bottles.
Municipal Recycling
Accepts a wider range of items, including items made from a combination of materials like paper and plastic.

Daily Harvest's Recycling Guide