Peet’s capsules are specifically portioned and therefore only the amount of coffee required is used each time. The FSC trademark on our packaging provides a guarantee to consumers that the cardboard used for Peet’s packaging comes from responsible sources. When choosing packaging for a product, we try very hard to strike the right balance between maximizing the quality of the product while minimizing its effects on the environment. This applies to both packaging components (e.g., carton box) and product materials.
Articles in this section
- Does Peet’s sell a machine in which the capsules can be used?
- What is the impact on the environmental footprint?
- Is there BPA in Peet’s Espresso capsules?
- Doesn’t aluminum influence taste or my health?
- Are Peet’s capsules recyclable?
- Do you use responsibly sourced materials for your packaging?
- What commitments does this product make on sustainability?
- What is the caffeine content?
- Why do you use an inlay in the packaging and why are capsules upside down?
- Is it true that my machine warranty is void if I use Peet’s capsules?