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We’re working hard to increase our use of sustainable and certified materials and packaging has been a major focus for us.

In 2018, we removed 18 tonnes of single-use plastic from the business, including making some big improvements to our packaging. We provide recyclable paper carrier bags in our shops and offer hand-printed Jute Shoppers as a reusable alternative. We also support the World Land Trust through our beautiful illustrated Gift Card holders.

Better Packaging

Better Packaging

Living and working by the sea in Cornwall is a daily reminder to do better by our planet. Reducing our plastic waste is just one of the ways we’re taking responsibility for our impact.

We’re proud of our new packaging. As well as looking beautiful and getting your new Seasalt things to you in perfect condition, it is now fully recyclable.

By swapping plastic in our packaging for more environmentally friendly alternatives, we’ve removed an amazing 18 tonnes of single-use plastic from our business.

We’ve replaced 17.5 tonnes of plastic mail bags, 7500 metres of bubble wrap and 103 miles of plastic packing tape with paper mail bags, craft wrap and craft tape.

We’ve also removed the individual plastic garment bags from our all online orders, which we collect and recycle through our partners.

Paper Carrier Bags & Jutes

Paper Carrier Bags & Jutes

We use recyclable paper carrier bags in our shops and also offer beautiful reusable Jute Shoppers, featuring original designs from our Seasalt artists.

As well as being a really good alternative to disposable carrier bags, our 100% jute bags are a brilliant and reusable way to wrap gifts. Every season we create brand new designs, which are screen printed by hand.

Reusable Gift Cards

Reusable Gift Cards

Not only are our gift cards reusable, so you can keep topping them up in our shops, the beautifully illustrated card holders are made using carbon balanced paper, as part of the World Land Trust’s Carbon Balanced Programme.

This means that the emissions created by the production and distribution of the paper are offset through conservation projects.