In a time when many companies are making pledges about the future, GoMacro is already taking action. To Tread Lightly means to treat our greatest sustainability challenges with urgency, which is why we've taken the necessary steps to ensure all of our packaging is now recyclable or compostable. Join us as we help create a better future for our planet.
Our Sustainable Packaging
- MacroBar tray sleeves
- Kids MacroBar cartons
- MacroBar Mini cartons
- MacroBar Multipack cartons
- MacroBar wrappers
- MacroBar Mini wrappers
- Kids MacroBar wrappers
Compost or Reuse
- MacroBar trays
How To Recycle MacroBar Wrappers
Sign up for a free TerraCycle account at TerraCycle.com.
Start saving your MacroBar wrappers.
Print your pre-paid shipping label from your TerraCycle account.
Ship your MacroBar wrappers to TerraCycle in any envelope or box.
Made from 100% recycled material, our compostable MacroBar trays can be reused, reformed, and recycled. With so many creative (and responsible) ways to repurpose our trays, we encourage all of our customers to recycle, compost, or give our trays a new life. Either way, you’re making a positive contribution to the planet.
Nearly 8% of the earth’s surface is landfills. It’s critical that we recycle to help minimize our waste, conserve precious environmental space, and work toward a more circular economy. To support this, we make our multipack cartons with 100% recycled material.
Recycling has a profound impact on people, our communities, and the environment. We believe that every bar wrapper can contribute to the greater good of our planet. Participating in the cycle of sustainability, you can mail-in or drop off your MacroBar wrappers to be recycled at these partnering locations through the TerraCycle program.
Glues & Inks
Small things can add up to big change. We use non-toxic glues and inks in our packaging because they are recyclable and repulpable. These non-toxic glues and inks allow us to reduce waste and conserve resources.
We’re taking action to prioritize our planet. Here is our progress so far: