Introducing the world's first 100% compostable foam

Our mission is to reduce waste. Made with polylactic acid (PLA), 100BIO™ is completely compostable, sturdy, and safe for food packaging. Our patented foaming process allows us to create an ultra-light product, using up to 60% less raw material than comparable food packaging lines. After useful life, 100BIO™ foam can be recycled, incinerated, composted, or even converted back into lactic acid. 
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The world produces over 2.6 trillion pounds of trash each year.

  • It is estimated that in developed countries, the average person produces 2.6 pounds of trash a day.
  • About 1/3 of an average dump is made of packaging material (mostly plastic).
  • Out of every $10 spent buying things, $1 (10%) goes for packaging that is thrown away. 
  • In the Los Angeles area alone, 10 metric tons of plastic fragments—like grocery bags are carried into the Pacific Ocean every day.

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Plastic takes 500-1000 years to break down, in the process creating irreversible damage to land, oceans and lifeforms. 


  • Plastic constitutes approximately 90 percent of all trash floating on the ocean’s surface, with 46,000 pieces of plastic per square mile.
  • Landfills, where non-renewable waste end up, releases 1/3 of all methane in the world, a key contributor to climate change. 
  • One million sea birds and 100,000 marine mammals are killed annually from plastic in our oceans.
  • Plastic chemicals can be absorbed by the body—93 percent of Americans age six or older test positive for BPA (a plastic chemical). Some of these compounds found in plastic have been found to alter hormones or have other potential human health effects.
Pound for pound, the comparative impact of methane (1/3 released from Landfills) on climate change is more than 25 times greater than CO2 over a 100-year period.

— Environmental Protection Agency
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Creating Foodware from Renewable Resources

Polylactic Acid (PLA)

Polylactic acid, or PLA, is produced from dextrose, a natural raw material derived from plants such as corn or sugarcane. Products derived from renewable sources are easier on the environment, as it lowers the carbon footprint by needing less fossil energy.




100BIO™ foam is made from polylactic acid, or PLA, which is produced from plants such as corn or sugarcane. In addition to being completely compostable, non-toxic, and raw-material conservative, our products are also great for use. They are heat + cold resistant, microwavable, and cut + leak resistant.

Our products are free from harsh chemicals, heavy metals, and carcinogens. After useful life, 100BIO™ foam can be recycled, incinerated, composted, or even converted back into lactic acid.



         Non Toxic  

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100BIO™ Foam Advantages vs. Current Foam Products (EPS)

* Our product is 100% compostable in less than 9 weeks, whereas EPS foam takes hundreds of years to break down. 
* Our product is made from all natural raw material, whereas EPS is comprised of petrochemicals and other environmentally detrimental materials.
* Our product will not leech pollutants into the atmosphere or earth, whereas EPS has toxic chemicals that release harmful carcinogens such as styrene.  

100BIO™ Foam vs. Non-Foam Plastics

* On Average, 60% Less Raw Material Used
* More Insulating
* Much Lighter
* Greater Resistance to Cold
* Greater Shock Resistance
* Multiple Disposal Options
* Price Competitive


 We created the 100Bio™ line because we are passionate about reducing waste and contributing to a compostable future. Making no compromises to style and functionality, we hope you will enjoy using our ultra-light, 100% compostable products as much as we loved developing it.  

Additionally, we are here to help make your transition to a compostable future as easy and enjoyable as possible. We are committed to making sure you do not feel like you’re making any compromises when it comes to style and design, nor have any anxiety about the disposal process. Feel free to reach out to our team with any questions! To learn more about our company, TAG PACKAGING, visit us here.