12 count Tall Kitchen Trash Bags

If You Care Tall Kitchen Trash Bags

Tall Kitchen Trash Bags

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Trash bags made from potatoes? Yep, you read that right. These compostable trash bags are made from non-GMO potato starch, blended with a certified, fully compostable polymer, with no plasticizers added.
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Ok, but seriously. Why potato starch? Turns out, potato starch has a really strong structural integrity. In fact, these bags are stronger than other compostable bags made from corn starch. Plus, it takes 40% less land to product the same amount of starch from potatoes as it does from corn. Corn also needs more water, while potatoes don't require irrigation, just regular rainfall. The more you know.

If You Care kitchen and household products are carefully crafted to have a minimal environmental impact and the lightest possible carbon footprint, while also delivering great quality and amazing results.

Recycle the outer packaging in a curbside bin.
These are general guidelines for broadly-recyclable materials. Check with your local recycler to confirm what they take.

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Cutting down on kitchen waste, step by step

Everyday kitchen products like aluminum foil and coffee filters can contribute a ton to landfills and environmental waste. But the team at If You Care seek to do things differently. They refuse to compromise on quality, while also actively working to reduce their environmental impact. They look at the entire life cycle chain in developing products, from sourcing raw materials, to the production process, to packaging, to disposal. If possible, they don't want anything to remain after the product has been used and properly disposed of. It's all part of their mission to push the limits of environmental and social responsibility.