truLOCAL launches 100% recyclable packaging
truLOCAL.ca, a Canadian subscription service that delivers small-farmed, pasture-raised, antibiotic-free, locally produced meats directly to consumers’ doors, announces the launch of 100 per cent recyclable packaging at a time when many in the food subscription category are struggling to do the same.
“We put a priority on listening to our customers and being able to offer 100 per cent recyclable packaging is something we’re proud to do that few others can even come close to doing,” said Marc Lafleur, co-founder and CEO, truLOCAL.
truLOCAL’s shipment box will now be accepted in recycling bins in Ontario, Alberta, and British Columbia. This news builds on the company’s sustainable business model of exclusively offering local meat that is produced on small farms with many using regenerative agriculture.
A meat eaters dream – not just chicken and beef
truLOCAL offers a range of grass-fed, organic, pasture-raised, non-GMO and antibiotic-free meats. With many Canadians interested in adopting diets like Keto or Carnivore diets, the company breaks up the monotony of chicken or beef offering a comprehensive selection of 90 different products in Ontario alone, including turkey, lamb and harder-to-find meats like buffalo, bison, boar, and selections of fish.
truLOCAL partners with many small, family-owned, generational farms in Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia to bring its customers meats from their own region. truLOCAL subscription boxes are available across Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia.