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What will happen to plastic products?

In 2021, a number of disposable plastic items will be banned. Take the opportunity to change your purchases now by discovering our range of products that are a smart alternative to your current plastic products.


From 1 January 2024, a ban on disposable cups containing more than 15% plastic will be introduced.

The ban is being introduced as a complement to the requirement to offer reusable cups which comes into force at the same time. The hope is that the ban will lead to that disposable cups on the market consists of more renewable raw materials that break down faster when littered, for example. The ban also contributes to reducing the total consumption of plastic.

Click here to view approved disposable cups that are suitable for both hot and cold drinks.


It can already be smart to switch your purchases according to the EU's plastic ban. You will find suggestions below on suitable replacement products.

Our alternatives

Disposable Cutlery.

Do you buy plastic cutlery for your business today? Then try to replace them with any of the options below:

Our alternatives

Food Containers.

In our range you will find several different food containers that can replace containers made from plastic. Below you will find selected products in the materials bagasse, bamboo and paper.

Our alternatives


Below you will find alternatives to plastic stirrers.


Through its Disposable Plastics Directive, the EU has decided to introduce a labeling requirement for disposable products made entirely or partly of plastic. The labeling requirement applies from July 2021. During a transitional period, until July 2022, it will also be allowed labels affixed to the products. From Tingstad's range, mugs and wet wipes are covered by the labeling requirement. Read our Q&A (questions and answers about the labeling requirement) to learn more.

Click here for our Q&A on mugs.

Click here for our Q&A on wet wipes.


Product guide: Paper Cups.

Learn more about one of our best-selling products: the paper cup. Here you will get info on how a paper cup is structured, what environmental friendly alternatives are available and current news from the industry.

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Pure Fiber™ by Stora Enso.

In a unique collaboration between Tingstad and Stora Enso, we are launching a completely new series of plastic-free, carbon dioxide-efficient food packaging for take away; PureFiber ™ by Stora Enso.

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A more sustainable choice.

To take environmental responsibility is too many companies more important than ever. For us who work in an industry that takes on the resources of nature, the commitment to our world today and in the future is something we have with us in everything we do. Here you will find products that either have eco-labeling or which meet established environmental requirements from a control organization. 

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Plast och engångsförpackningar.

Plast och förpackningar har blivit en symbol för vår ohållbara livsstil. Men är plast och engångsförpackningar bara dåligt? Här kan du läsa om fördelar och nackdelar med plast som material, alternativ till plast och vad som händer i branschen. 

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We are certified to ISO 14001: 2015 Environmental, and 9001: 2015 for Quality. Read more about what this means for our customers and about our environmental work.

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The Plastic Bag.

Is it bad for our environment or has it received an unnecessary bad reputation? The views are mixed. Here we aim to present interesting information to add to the debate.


Material guide: Renewable raw materials.

In our range we have several different products made from renewable raw materials. Examples of renewable materials are PLA (from corn starch / sugar cane), paper (from trees), and bagasse (sugar cane fibers). Learn more about the different materials in our guide.

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Recycling Guide.

Many containers contain valuable materials which we through recycling can save both raw materials and energy. Here you can read more on how to recycle different materials.

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Material guide.

It is important for us to help our customers make informed decisions. Therefore, we have developed a material guide to make it easier for you as a customer.

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