How to recycle your Nature’s Own products

Published November 10, 2022

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At Nature’s Own, we are on a mission to become more environmentally friendly, and part of our sustainability roadmap involves our packaging. In 2022, we began the process of removing the plastic lamination from our product labels to increase the ease of at home recycling.  We’ve also been busy adding the Australasian Recycling Label (ARL) to our packaging, helping to prompt our customers to keep our tubs, cartons and jars out of landfill.  

However, we understand there can be some confusion when it comes to the disposal of product packaging. Here’s a handy guide to help you make greener choices.  

All of our tubs, jars and cartons that feature the ARL symbols are 100% recyclable.  

Packaging can be made up of a range of different components and materials, resulting in various disposal methods. Some belong in the bin, some can be recycled, and others have special instructions on how they can be recycled correctly.  

If in doubt, check the ARL symbols displayed on the back of Nature’s Own products to see how each part of the packaging should be disposed of. Below is some further information to help you understand the ARL symbols on our products.  


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Looking forward 

At Nature’s Own, we’re continuously exploring more sustainable ways to keep our packaging out of landfill and to become more environmentally friendly. For nature. For you.  

Learn about which Nature's Own product may be appropriate for you.

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