GUALAPACK AND ELLA’S KITCHEN COLLABORATE TO LAUNCH BABY FOOD CAP MADE WITH ADVANCED RECYCLED PLASTICS

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GUALAPACK AND ELLA’S KITCHEN COLLABORATE TO LAUNCH BABY FOOD CAP MADE WITH ADVANCED RECYCLED PLASTICS

The recycled content for the cap is created using certified circular polymers from SABIC’s TRUCIRCLE 
portfolio and comes from recycled plastics from post-consumer waste that would otherwise typically be
destined for incineration or landfill.

SABIC’s resins are then used by Gualapack, the market leader of spouted pouches in the baby food segment and supplier to Ella’s Kitchen, to produce the cap. Ella’s Kitchen will become the first company in the baby food category to use certified circular polymers from SABIC’s TRUCIRCLE portfolio.


Abdullah Al-Otaibi, ETP; Market Solution General Manager at SABIC, said: “, we are committed to
creating sustainable, innovative solutions for our customers which have been produced in a way that optimize
our planet’s natural resources and create value out of post-consumer plastics. Using advanced recycling
technology we produce materials for high-quality, food-grade packaging which can be upcycled over and over
again. This new collaboration with Ella’s Kitchen is beneficial to the eco-system of food packaging, and is
another significant step towards a circular economy for used plastics.”


The new collaboration forms part of Ella’s Kitchen’s wider packaging commitments to lower the environmental
impact of its packaging and to make all of its packaging widely recyclable by 2024.
Chris Jenkins, Who Runs The Good Stuff We Do (Sustainability + Corporate Communications) at Ella’s Kitchen,
said: “Protecting the planet for future generations is a top priority for us at Ella’s Kitchen. That’s why we are
proud to partner with SABIC to work on innovative ways how we can lower the environmental footprint of
our packaging by introducing recycled content.

We understand that this will not solve the recyclability question of our packaging, but hope it will demonstrate our continued commitment to creating change and the opportunity chemical recycling can play to create food contact recycled content for packaging. We hope that industry continues to focus and invest in advanced recycling to increase the availability of the material which is what is really needed to unlock lasting change.”

Stefano Manfredi, Global Sales and Marketing Director at Gualapack, said: “We are delighted to be part of this
innovative journey together with our customer and supplier as we have the ambition to offer the largest
portfolio of sustainable solutions.”

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