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Better Earth Achieves B Corp Status

B Corp SymbolBetter Earth, a leader in 100% certified compostable foodservice packaging solutions, is proudly announcing their B Corp certification.  This prestigious accreditation underscores Better Earth’s dedication to transparency, social and environmental leadership, and regenerative circularity within the restaurant and food service industries.

As part of the B Corp Certification, Better Earth will donate a portion of profits to initiatives that promote regenerative agriculture, waste reduction, and carbon drawdown. They have also restructured their business to become a “Public Benefit LLC,” formally incorporating their social and environmental mission. The leadership team, shareholders, and employees are united in their commitment to foster a positive impact on the environment and society.

“Achieving B Corp certification is a significant milestone in our journey toward a sustainable future, ” said Better Earth CEO Joseph Bild. “Our comprehensive sustainability plan includes an Employee Equity program, cultivating the development of composting infrastructure, and an unwavering commitment to reinvigorating the land that produces our packaging.

Central to Better Earth’s sustainability strategy is the expansion of the availability of their Climate Smart Packaging line, specifically the Farmer’s Fiber collection. This is the first compostable foodservice packaging to pursue domestic sourcing of perennial grasses that regenerate soil and sequester one ton of carbon per acre, per year.

“Achieving B Corp certification underscores Better Earth’s steadfast vision and mission from the outset,” stated Savannah Seydel, VP of Sustainability at Better Earth. “The introduction of our Climate Smart Packaging Collection marks just the beginning of our efforts to propel the foodservice industry towards a regenerative, circular future.”


The Climate Smart Farmer’s Fiber Collection:
Learn more at becompostable.com/farmersfiber

  • Made from a blend of rapidly renewable native perennial grasses like miscanthus, switchgrass, and sorghum, which improve soil health, sequester carbon, and can be grown on underutilized land to boost farmers’ income.

Better Earth Climate Smart Packaging uses Miscanthus grass


  • Produced through an innovative manufacturing process that utilizes nearly 60% clean renewable energy, and all remaining emissions are offset through the company’s regenerative carbon offsets strategy in partnership with Cloverly.

  • Benefits over 40 Southeastern U.S. farmers and landowners with long-term contracts, aiding rural growth and job creation.

David Cline Farmer growing Miscanthus using regenerative agriculture practices for Better Earth

  • Manufactured locally in Tennessee, unlike most molded fiber products imported from Asia or South America, enhancing the local economy.

Better Earth's Climate Smart Packaging is currently in Tennessee and will expand globally


  • Supports a closed-loop system that includes commercial compostability of used packaging and manufacturing byproducts as compost to enrich agricultural land.

Compostable products from Better Earth have the potential to be transformed into valuable resources through composting facilities.

Download our 2023 Impact Report to learn about our dedication to sustainable practices and regenerative circularity.  

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