We protect nature, we pack ecologically!


At NutriMedium, we care about nature and ensuring that the products in our shop bring you joy. At the same time, we want your packages to arrive from our warehouse in pristine condition.

We pack using natural materials. When packing, we use boxes and packaging that consist of 100% recycled paper with FSC and SGS certification.





Did you know that paper packaging with intern non-paper layer is not environmentally friendly ? Most of them can't be recycled.

Most of paper food packaging do use intern plastic or other material to protect food against humidity, sunlights. For such packaging layers there does not exist solution to separate them and thus recycle. What causes environmental garbage.

Types of plastic that consist of different material layers (e.g. Paper/PE/PET/PP) can only be recycled with difficulty or not at all. The layers are so firmly bonded together that recycling plants can no longer separate them. Ergo: they end up in the waste incinerator.




NutriMedium Eco-friendly packaging

In order to optimally protect the product, our plastic packaging is also made up of several layers. These layers are all made of one material (PP) and therefore do not have to be separated in the sorting plant. This makes it possible to recycle one type of material!

Our plastic packaging with NutriMedium Dulse flakes is "made for recycling", providing food safe protection, strong against aroma loss, moisture, UV radiation. Which saves environmental resources. 

The recyclability of our packaging made of mono-plastic is checked by the recycling service provider Interseroh+ and certified with the "Made for Recycling" seal.


It is only made from a single, high-quality type of plastic:

  • Free from aluminum foil
  • Free from solvents
  • BPA free
  • Production exclusively in the EU
Excellent aroma protection. It keeps oxygen out. Our products stay fresh and aromatic.  

Plastic and still sustainable! 


Because it consists of only one type of plastic (so-called mono-plastic), it scores points compared to conventional “multi-material structures” (e.g. PE/PET), whose layers cannot be separated in the recycling plant.