Envases take away ecologicos


Unfortunately, our country does not have a production plant to create these biodegradable containers. However, Qapac Runa is an innovative Peruvian company dedicated to importing them from Asia and, although it is a new product in our country, it already has more than 200 customers who join this new initiative to care for the environment.
“The difference is in terms of price, obviously we are lowering costs as much as possible. For example, if a taper in tecnopor costs 0.35 cents, ours is between 0.70 and 0.80 cents. It is an accessible price and costs less than a chocolate or a cookie,” explains Rayda Romero, founder of Qapac Runa.

biodegradable packaging materials

Ecological packaging is a type of biodegradable and environmentally sustainable food packaging. They are used in the food sector, which includes hotels, restaurants and even gourmet stores or markets. Above all, their use is based on take-away food, but also in catering, food trucks, parties, etc.
Due to the new regulations to eliminate the use of plastic and to bet on environmentally sustainable products. Hence, the great demand and supply of biodegradable containers that are being manufactured to be suitable for food use.

biodegradable packaging

The ecological food container is a type of container or packaging that protects what is inside, in our case, food for human consumption with beneficial characteristics both for the environment and for the food sector.
This ecological plastic packaging is used in different sectors, in the food sector in a generalized way thanks to the research that has achieved that the materials of which these containers are made are suitable and even provide benefits to the element that contains.
New research that continues to take place indicates that biodegradable plastic containers are the future and more specifically they are one of the best options for containers in the food sector.
Consumers are becoming more and more demanding and aware of the issue of sustainability and health care through food. This means that food industries are demanding ecological packaging to wrap their food products.


Packaging serves not only to contain a product, but also to give it identity. If it is made with environmentally friendly materials, it can be a very effective sales argument among the new generations of environmentally conscious consumers.
If you are in the development phase of your product or want to join the trend of “green” packaging, there is a Mexican company, Biofase, which produces a proprietary blend of 100% avocado seed biopolymers, along with other biodegradable elements.
This resin is compostable and significantly reduces the carbon footprint. Instead of using polystyrene, polypropylene and polyethylene bottles, containers or packaging, which are made from petroleum resins, you can choose biodegradable products like this one and position your brand as a socially responsible company, concerned about the preservation of the environment.
There are many products on the market that have already adopted the use of environmentally friendly packaging, not only joining the trend but also promoting it through research and development of new biodegradable materials.