New Member Profile – Sustainable Island Products

Sustainable Island Products is a family-owned, Hawaii-based distributor of more than 450 compostable and recyclable products. We supply eco-friendly and sustainable alternatives to many single-use items routinely used in Big Island restaurants, grocery stores, schools, hotels, and offices. SIP’s product lines include cold cups, deli containers, hot cups and soup containers, cutlery, plates, clamshells, napkins, paper towels, pizza boxes, glass bottles, and jars.

An essential part of our mission is to take responsibility for doing everything we can to protect our beautiful island home. As part of this commitment, we recently became a Certified B Corporation, constantly striving to find new ways to be more economically and environmentally sustainable. We believe our legacy is intimately linked to environmental stewardship. That’s why we guarantee the compostable nature of our products as well as the quality of their performance. Every day, we create a positive social impact while fostering a more natural and healthy Hawaiian economy, with locations on Oahu, Big Island and Maui, and also serve Kauai, Molokai and Lanai.

For more information,
contact Elizabeth Elkjer at elizabeth@sustainableislandproducts.com
808.769.4905 or
visit their website at www.sustainableislandproducts.com

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