Red Jacket Orchards president Brian Nicholson is excited to announce the launch of all-new eco-friendly packaging for all online orders. In line with the company’s core values of respect for their people and their planet, they have transitioned to using Vericool packaging.
“Eco-friendly packaging has been on our radar for quite some time, and we are so excited to finally bring it to fruition! With our continued growth in online sales over the last year, we are fully vested in living our core value of respect for the planet and have taken that next step with our new Vericool packaging,” says Tracy Karban, Key Account Manager at Red Jacket Orchards.
The Vericool materials are made with renewable raw and post-consumer materials. All materials meet compostable and curbside recycling standards, and the insulation materials are non-toxic, starch-based, and water-soluble (meaning if you run it underwater, it will disappear.)
This progression into eco-friendly packaging is one more step to truly living Red Jacket Orchard’s mission. The company wishes to inspire purposeful, healthier choices by making more delicious and nutritious foods and creating value for our partners while driving a culture that nurtures the land, their people, and community.
Located in the beautiful Finger Lakes Region of New York State along the rolling hills of Seneca Lake, Red Jacket Orchards has mastered the art of harvesting and pressing premium fruits and juices! Three generations of the Nicholson family have grown apples and summer fruits, including berries, currants, cherries, peaches, plums, and the largest apricot orchard on the East Coast. Founded in 1958, what began as a local fruit farm has grown to a trusted producer of the finest fresh and healthy foods. In addition to producing fresh fare, we offer a range of cold-pressed, all-natural juices and pantry items.
For more information, please contact Mallory Giambra at 585-576-5671
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