Baby food pouches

Pouches, like the ones often seen holding baby food, coffee beans, and snacks, typically consist of layers of different materials laminated together. Materials could include polyester, aluminum foil, polyethylene, Mylar, paperboard, and more, plus spouts, caps, or zipping mechanisms of various plastics. Some of these materials are recyclable on their own, but they are fused together in the pouch and very difficult to separate, and therefore very difficult to recycle.

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TerraCycle Inc. (Mail back programs)

Trenton, NJ

NotesMail-back: Send in your baby and toddler food pouches, and baby and toddler food pouch caps through TerraCycle's Baby Food Pouch Brigade sponsored by Earth's Best. TerraCycle collects difficult-to-recycle packaging and products and re-purposes the material; visit website for instructions.