TIC TAC 18 gr
The box and cap of Tic Tac 18gr are made of plastic - polypropylene (material code PP5).
Type of disposal: mixed plastic packaging.
*We encourage consumers to check with their local authorities for how to properly dispose of the Tic Tac packaging in their area: https://www.gov.uk/recycling-collections
We encourage consumers to check with their local authorities for how to properly dispose of the Tic Tac packaging in their area.
What is the Tic Tac commitment for packaging?
Tic Tac is part of the Ferrero Group who have committed to using 100% reusable, recyclable or compostable packaging by 2025. Ferrero have laid out a road map of necessary steps required ahead of the company’s targets for 2025, having completed a thorough mapping of packaging materials and policies.
We are committed to working in partnership with others, to address the complex issue of packaging that we cannot manage alone. Read more here: www.ferrerosustainability.com
Describe the activities and progress you have made against your commitment to ensure 100% of packaging is reusable, recyclable, or compostable by 2025?
Tic Tac is part of the Ferrero Group who have laid out a road map of necessary steps required ahead of meeting our target by 2025. We have completed a thorough mapping of packaging materials and policies.
Our Tic Tac boxes and caps are already made of recyclable materials, both of these are widely recyclable in UK. Read more here: www.ferrerosustainability.com
How are you going to report on your progress?
Tic Tac is part of the Ferrero Group who have laid out a road map of necessary steps required ahead of meeting our target for 100% reusable, recyclable or compostable packaging by 2025. We will continue to share announcements of milestones that have been reached as part of our journey. Read more here: www.ferrerosustainability.com
Are you considering any other partnerships?
The Ferrero Group, which owns Tic Tac, will continue to consider the correct opportunities with potential partners and will make relevant announcements in due course.
What information are you putting on packs?
Our new Tic Tac label provides consumers with clear information on how to recycle their packaging. Consumers can also find more information related to the Tic Tac values and brand approach towards recyclability on www.tictac.com.
Why is the Tic Tac package still made of plastic?
The packaging we use is carefully designed to maintain the freshness and quality of our products. Each product we make requires a specific packaging approach and a careful selection of materials with the dual aim of not compromising product quality and food safety while minimising the environmental impact. It is not a matter of plastic or plastic-free, but which option will guarantee the required performance with the lowest environmental impact.
Do you need to remove the paper label from the box before recycling?
No, the paper labels do not need to be removed as it does not interfere with the recyclability of the plastic.
Why do you communicate to recycle separate to glass and why do you need to do this?
Due to the small size of the Tic Tac boxes it should be recycled separate to glass due to the process of some UK recycling facilities. You can check what you can recycle at home here: https://www.gov.uk/recycling-collections
Check locally: why we specify to check locally on the labels before recycling
We encourage our consumers to check their local authorities on how they can recycle at home. You can find out more about what your local authorities accept here: https://www.gov.uk/recycling-collections