When it comes to sustainability, we know that packaging and food waste are incredibly important. That’s why we’re working hard to make sure that our packaging is as sustainable as possible whilst at the same time, minimising food waste. Our key focus is on making our plastic packaging as sustainable as we possibly can, with teams across our company working on this right now.

In the meantime:

  • All our cardboard is made from recycled board that can be recycled across the country.
  • We only use vegetable-based inks & water-based varnishes across all our products.
  • The trays inside our Thins boxes are made from 100% recycled PET plastic (but we’re working to change them so they can be recycled again and again)
  • We’ve helped prevent food waste by introducing portion packs on our Crispbread range to keep your Ryvita fresher for longer.
  • We’ve added clear recycling information across most of our packs to make it as easy as possible for you to dispose of our packaging responsibly.
  • We've partnered with REDcycle to help consumers recycle as much packaging as possible.

What to do with our packaging:

  • Boxes: all WIDELY RECYCLED
  • Plastic Wrappers: can be recycled at any REDcycle facility 
  • Ryvita Thins Trays: Not Yet Recycled

For more information on REDcycle, and where to find your nearest facility, go to:


We have seen some incorrect information online claiming that we don’t use sustainable palm oil in our products. 

We can confirm that we do not use Palm Oil in any of our products in Australia or New Zealand.

If you would like to discuss this further or need more information, we’ll be very happy to help – you can find all our details here: