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IFN Green


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Since 1999 IFN Green has been manufacturing and distributing high quality natural, compostable products for the food service industry. Our product lines include:

Green Ease brand compostable bioplastic cold cups, PLA lined paper hot cups, bamboo fiber BAMware tableware for high heat and food processing applications and certified compostable bagasse items all in standard bowl, plate , tray and container configurations.

IFN Green offers custom printing on cups and custom product development in all materials.

IFN Green has warehouse facilities in Brooklyn, NY and Oakland California from which we distribute our products nationwide.

IFN Green manufactures for all levels of distribution. We ship by the container load, multiple pallets or by the case.

We are a part of the Import Food Network representing a complete supply chain which utilizes both food and "green" products and packaging across land and ocean through our distribution centers or direct to you.

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