Hunt and Brew Does Business Using Recyclable Bottles

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Hunt and Brew, an Australian boutique coffee business, has announced that its whole product line, including white milk and cold brew, is now made from 100% recycled plastic and is 100% kerbside recyclable.

Hunt & Brew, one of the biggest purchasers of coffee beans grown in Australia, introduced an Australian-first cold brew product earlier this year using local coffee beans sourced from far north Queensland.

Emily Creer, the manager of Hunt and Brew, says that the switch to more sustainable packaging shows that the company is continuing to do what it can to protect the environment. She also says that all brands have a responsibility to give consumers a sustainable option as they become more aware of waste and the need to protect the environment.

“At Hunt and Brew, we want to be part of the circular economy with recycled plastic bottles. Our consumers are concerned about single-use plastics, and this, in addition to the container deposit scheme, helps to ensure we close the loop,” said Creer.

“We are proud to be taking a broad view in terms of sustainability by looking across the entire supply chain. "Our Australia coffee not only has recycled plastic bottles, but it also supports local Queensland farmers and reduces food miles across the country," Creer explained.

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