100% recycled and recyclable bread tags
In an Australian first, we are proud to announce that Tip Top® are moving to 100 per cent recycled and recyclable cardboard bread tags, designed to give you the same great Tip Top® freshness.
Launching on South Australian shelves in November, the initiative will remove 11 million plastic bread tags from local waste streams by the end of 2021.
Will the cardboard bread tags keep my bread fresh?
There will be no compromise on freshness or taste. The new sustainable bread tags provide the same Tip Top quality that millions of Australians enjoy freshly baked every day and have trusted since 1958.
How are the bread tags recycled?
Tip Top cardboard bread tags can be recycled in kerbside recycling bins. The best way to do this is to tuck the tag inside other paper or cardboard products, to give them the best chance of being upcycled into a new product.
Can the tags go in the freezer?
Yes the tags have been tested to be as durable as the current tags.
Want to know more?
For frequently asked questions & answers click here.
For the Tip Top Bakeries Sustainability vision, click here.