Seriously sustainable.

We believe that minimizing environmental impact should be a priority. So our packaging is 100% recyclable. Seriously.

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When we founded Mosaic, there was a nagging worry in the back of our heads: won't shipping food to people be wasteful?

But as we learned more and more, we realized that the environmental benefits of frozen food were enormous. Less manufacturing excess — and less spoilage for consumers — helps bring down costs for everyone and makes a dent in the billions of pounds of methane-emitting food waste that's put into landfills every year.

Still, we wanted to be sure that we ran our company in a way that minimized our impact. So we knew from the start that we wanted 100% of our packaging to be curbside recyclable.

Here's how we made it happen — and how you can do your part by recycling.

Box and dividers

Our box is made with a blend of recycled and virgin kraft papers.

How to recycle

Put it in your curbside recycling bin, sorted with papers.

The liner

We searched far and wide for fully curbside recyclable liner durable enough to keep your food ice-cold in transit. Turns out, the answer was staring us in the face from the start. Our liner is made of 100% recycled shredded newspaper, encased in a recyclable kraft paper lining. Now that's how you re-use.

Note: For particularly warm climates in the hot summer months, we occasionally use a fully-recyclable PET liner. This liner can also be curbside recycled, but with plastics, not papers.

How to recycle

Put it in your curbside recycling bin, sorted with papers. If you receive a PET liner (white shredded plastic), sort with plastics.

Welcome letters

If you don't pin 'em to your fridge, we won't be offended. These cards are made of standard paper stock and can be recycled with the box and liner.

How to recycle

Put it in your curbside recycling bin, sorted with papers.

Dry ice

Tired of wasteful gel packs? So were we. So we found an ice pack that disappears naturally, leaving virtually zero trace.

How to dispose

Careful — dry ice is very cold, so use gloves to handle it! You can toss it in your backyard, or leave in a well-ventilated area at room temperature and it will naturally disappear overnight.

Meal boxes

There's nothing magic about this one: made of heavy-duty chipboard to protect your meals in transit, these boxes are recyclable with other papers.

How to dispose

Put it in your curbside recycling bin, sorted with papers.


We scoured the country to find a beautiful tray that could still play well with Mother Earth. We couldn't find one — so we went to Europe. That's where we hit the jackpot. These amazing, two-layer trays are beautiful, recyclable, and BPA-free. So you can kiss that black plastic you're used to goodbye.

How to dispose

When you've finished eating, peel the plastic liner away from the cardboard base of your bowl. Recycle the cardboard with papers; rinse the liner and recycle it with #4 plastics (usually in-store dropoff). The thin plastic top film protecting the food should not be recycled curbside — please dispose of it in your wastebin!


These #5 plastic cups are as simple as it gets — durable and fully recyclable.

How to dispose

Put them in your curbside recycling bin, sorted with plastics.