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Thermal Delivery Bags – Keep Your Customers Food Hot/Cold

April 21, 2021

Icegreen Custom Thermal Bags As lockdowns continue across Canada, many of us are looking for convenient options to stay home and have prepared food and groceries delivered to us. As home food delivery becomes more and more popular, businesses are looking for unique and innovative ways to safely package their food – one possible solution…

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CASE STUDY – Canadian University

February 16, 2021

Icegreen was approached by a large Canadian university looking for a solution to the large number of single-use paper and styrofoam coffee cups that were making up a large percentage of their monthly waste stream. They also wanted to encourage their faculty, staff members and students to use a reusable coffee cup, and decided that a branded mug was…

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CASE STUDY – Province Of Yukon

January 28, 2021

The Province Of Yukon was looking for a solution to encourage local residents to decrease the usage of single-use plastic bags, and to replace them with a reusable bag made from recycled materials. Less than 9% of plastic is recycled in Canada. Millions of plastic bags are being found in local area lakes, rivers and the…

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Tamper Evident Paper Bags – Made In Canada

January 20, 2021

NOW OFFERING – TAMPER EVIDENT BAGS! We have developed a way during the automated manufacturing process to add a two-sided tape to the inside patch of the bag. This allows the retailer or restaurant to seal the paper bag after packing each order and prior to handing the bag over to either the consumer or…

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Compostable Plastic Bags

January 15, 2021

Looking for a cost-effective way to manage the single-use plastic bag bags? The next generation of eco-friendly plastic bags – BPI certified Compostable T-Shirt Bags. No more single-use plastic and a great alternative to paper bags!     Our product is a Certified Compostable Bag – they are certified through Biodegradable Products Institute (BPI) and…

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Ensuring Greener & Safer Surroundings During the Pandemic: Switch to Reusable Items

January 5, 2021

Many activities in everyday life have changed quite a bit as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic. Many things are less straightforward than they once were from spending time with others to a trip to the grocery store. As grocery stores begin to accept reusable items again and loosen quarantine restrictions, several individuals are wondering…

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100% Canadian-Made and BPI Certified Compostable Courier Bags.

September 28, 2020

We are pleased to announce our latest product innovation that is  Made in Canada. Are you looking for an environmentally friendly option to your single use plastic courier pouches? We’ve got it! Most retailers are noticing a huge boom in online shopping. The conventional plastic courier bags end up in landfill sites. 100% Canadian-Made and BPI Certified…

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Eco-Friendly Bags

Eco-friendly bags: Here’s how you can help make this world a better place to live

September 21, 2020

Over the last two decades, a noticeable attempt has been made to move from environmentally damaging products to more natural and organic ones. If there is one sector where this pattern has become the most prominent, it is lifestyle. People have started making little lifestyle changes like using reusable wine bags and paper bags which…

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Kraft Paper Bags – Made in Ontario, Canada

August 27, 2020

Icegreen now offers recycled Natural and White Twisted Handle Kraft Paper Bags, made in Ontario, Canada. We are among the industry leaders supplying recycled and eco-friendly paper bags to Canada and the U.S. By partnering with some of North America’s leading paper mills, we offer heavyweight recycled bags that are the perfect solution for quick-service…

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April 23, 2020

  From JUDITH ENCK ON 4/22/20 AT 12:50 PM EDT Because of coronavirus, events planned for the 50th anniversary of Earth Day were cancelled, or moved online. At least while lockdown orders last, the pandemic is transforming behavior and environmental impacts—but not across the board. Some industries are cynically exploiting it to push for…

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