Chrysal's compostable sachet, introduced in 2018, has recently received the DIN Home Compostable Certificate (9P0044). This means that not only is the sachet industrial compostable but is also home compostable, taking 26 weeks to decompose in a home compost heap.
Chrysal's Compostable sachet received the DIN Home Compostable Certificate. The sachet decomposes into CO₂, humus, and water. You can recognize Chrysal's compostable sachet by the official DIN logo on the designs.
Since the introduction of the Chrysal compostable sachet in 2018, Chrysal also introduced a recyclable plastic PP sachet and a paper sachet, creating a sustainable range of flower food sachets. Not only is the material more sustainable, but also the content is 99% bio-based. Chrysal's 99% bio-based flower food contains all the necessary nutrients for full flower development. This way, your customers can enjoy their flowers for up to 60% longer. Keeping flowers beautiful even longer.
With this new improvement, Chrysal aims to take an important step in their sustainability offer and towards achieving sustainability goals together with the partners and customers.
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