Vegan health and fitness supplement company, Vivo Life, has launched a Kickstarter campaign to help it create its zero waste, 100% home compostable packaging.
Famed for their award-winning plant-based supplements that don’t cost the earth, Vivo Life is now looking to ditch its plastic packaging and replace it with a home compostable alternative, which breaks down in food waste bins or in your back garden in less than 12 months.
In order to fund the first production run of this new packaging, Vivo Life has launched a Kickstarter campaign to speed up its eco-friendly journey and ensure it can implement this positive change as quickly as possible.
Based in Glastonbury, the company operates from a renewable energy powered warehouse and plants one tree for every order they receive on their website. This move to compostable packaging is another step forward in the companies mission to help safeguard the planet and all the living beings that call it home.
Vivo Life Co-Founder, Josh Bolding comments: “We’re a business that is serious about sustainability, so we’re hugely excited to be able to bring this 100% home compostable packaging to the health and fitness industry. Collectively, responsible plastic use is one of the biggest changes we can make for the future of our planet and we believe it is the responsibility of businesses like ours to stand up and take action.
“As an independent business, this Kickstarter will enable us to bring this compostable product to market as quickly as possible and help bring about this important change much faster. Through our Kickstarter, people will be able to pre-order a home compostable product, at a discounted rate, and we’ll also be planting a tree for every backer to help aid reforestation and agroforestry. We’re truly hoping to reach our target as quickly as possible to enable us to bring our sustainable packaging alternative to life.”
To support the Kickstarter head to the Vivo Life funding page at http://bit.ly/vivokickstarter.