Every package ships carbon-neutral. Free shipping with U.S. orders $75 and over, no code needed.

Shipping + Packaging

Every aspect of our package and how it’s sent to you was carefully thought out to create a fully zero impact experience from start to finish.
100% of our transportation is carbon neutral. All of our packaging is reusable, recycled and recyclable.


Every purchase you make with us is shipped carbon neutral.

Our Carbon Neutral Offsets minimize the environmental impact of shipping and support forest protection initiatives. Through Pachama we support projects led by reforestation experts and conservationists. Learn more at pachama.com

Offsets are a great start to help with our impact on the planet, but only work post damage. The best way to keep your carbon footprint low is to make better, more conscious decisions. We discourage the use of express shipping, and “change of mind” returns due to the environmental impact of double shipping and wasted packaging. For the sake of the planet, we’d rather you take longer when making the decision to purchase from us, to make sure it's right for you.


Toss our packaging (labels, stickers and all) into the recycling bin guilt free.

100% Recycled Content, 95% Post-Consumer Waste + 5% Post-Industrial Waste

  • Curbside Recyclable
  • Compostable (industrially + home)
  • FSC Certified

100% Recycled Paperboard, 97% Post-Consumer Waste

  • Fully Recyclable with Paper
  • Compostable (industrially + home)
  • Naturally Biodegradable

Our shipping boxes and paper mailers are printed with Algae Ink™ - the world's most sustainable ink.

  • Made from the waste stream of an algae production facility
  • Carbon Negative (captures more carbon than used to produce it)
  • Water-Based Ink
  • Algae Cell Pigment, instead of carbon

9 billion pounds of ink are used worldwide annually. If replaced with algae ink, it would remove 17 million fully grown trees worth of carbon.

Carbon Negative alternative to traditional poly bags

  • Dissolves in Boiling Water into Mineralized Biomass
  • Leaves No Microplastics Behind
  • Biodegradable
  • Non-toxic

100% Recycled Content, 100% Post-Consumer Waste

  • Recycle-friendly Adhesive
  • 100% Curbside Recyclable with Paper

 Fun Fact: Most labels need to be taken off before a package can be recycled. Our labels do not need to be removed from packages to be curbside recycled. The adhesive is compatible with the repulping and screening process.

100% Recycled Kraft Board Paper, 50% Post-Consumer Waste

  • Fully Recyclable
  • Hemp Strings
  • FSC Certified

100% Recycled Fiber (constructed entirely from recovered trash!)

  • Carbon Neutral
  • Recyclable
  • Naturally Biodegradable
  • Green Seal Certified

100% Recycled Paper, 100% Post-Consumer and Post-Industrial Content

  • Fully Recyclable
  • Curbside recyclable with mixed paper in many places
  • Naturally Biodegradable
  • FSC Certified

100% Recycled Paper, 100% Post-Consumer Paper

  • Recycling Compatible Adhesives
  • Recyclable
  • Naturally Biodegradable
  • Recyclable
  • Naturally Biodegradable
Terms to know if you're into the nitty gritty
Post Consumer Waste: Recycled content that is sorted and sent to a reclaimer after it has been used. Printed copy paper, shipped boxes, used milk cartons, or water bottles that have been put back into the recycling stream are all examples of PCW.
Post Industrial Waste: Scraps generated from manufacturing that are melted down to be put back into the manufacturing process.
Composting: When an item is put into a compost bin or facility, allowing it to break down into compost (aka fertilizer). You can search for composting centers near you at FindAComposter.com.
Curbside Recyclable: Curbside recycling programs are all very different. Some accept dozens of materials, while others only accept a few. When only use the term curbside recyclable when the vast majority of curbside recycling programs in the US accept the product.
FSC Certified: The Forest Stewardship Council is a non-profit that sets standards to ensure forestry is practiced in an environmentally responsible manner. FSC certifications are considered the "gold standard" for wood harvesting. Certified materials are always responsibly managed, socially beneficial, environmentally conscious, and economically viable.