More Canadian food companies join Loop, the global re-use platform, expanding the circular economy
Food In Canada
Open Farm, Kraft Heinz, Organic Meadow and Häagen-Dazs are some of the latest companies to partner in Canada with Loop, a global container re-use platform.
Consumers located in Ontario can conveniently support a circular economy, with the purchase of Open Farm Freeze-Dried Raw Dog Food in reusable containers that are collected, cleaned, refilled and reused.
Kraft Heinz Canada says Loop will bring the iconic glass Heinz ketchup bottle—always recyclable, now reusable—to your front door. The Loop program previously launched in the UK, and Heinz Ketchup was one of the best-selling items. More information can be found here.
Organic Meadow also launched on the platform this week. As the exclusive dairy beverage partner for Loop in Canada, Organic Meadow continues its commitment to sustainability leadership, by offering the system’s first (and only) dairy beverage – Organic Kefir – packaged in its iconic 946ml reusable and refillable zero-waste glass bottle. More info here.
Häagen-Dazs fans can also enjoy their favourite ice cream responsibly with the Canadian debut of Nestlé Canada’s Häagen-Dazs reusable packaging in partnership with Loop. More info here.
Loop, first established in the United States, in June 2020. Consumers place an order online and their favourite products are delivered to their door in reusable containers inside a tote bag. After use, consumers place the empty containers into their Loop totes and go online to schedule a pickup from their home. Loop will clean the packaging so that each container may be safely reused.
Loop is a state-of-the-art reuse shopping platform and home delivery system, designed to eliminate waste by offering consumers their favourite household products in reusable, refillable, zero-waste packaging formats. Following successful launches in France, the United States and the U.K, Loop entered the Canadian market on February 1, 2021 in the Greater Toronto Area.