Red Sun Farms, some good paper tray packaging (and, sadly, some plastic)

I wrote Red Sun Farms to praise them for their paper tray packaging of tomatoes, but found that they also use plastic containers for other produce.

Here’s their grape tomatoes in the paper tray:

I wrote to their CONTACT US form:
https://www.redsunfarms.com/contact-us

I bought some of your delicious organic grape tomatoes. I really appreciate that these tomatoes came in a paper tray. I chose your tomatoes over other offerings BECAUSE they came in paper as opposed to all the others which were packaged in plastic.

I’m very concerned about what single use plastics are doing to our beautiful earth. I went to your website to research your packaging, but was disturbed to find that you also have plastic boxes for other produce.

I genuinely hope you will choose to use the paper tray packaging for ALL your products.

Thank you.
Emily Gleichenhaus
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