Loosening

Shake the bottle a few times to loosen up the powder it contains.

Filling

Fill the bottle with water or even juice or milk if you prefer that.

Shaking

Hit the bottle upside down on the ball of your thumb until the powder has dissolved completely.

Done

All done! BERTRAND is pre-prepared in order to supply you with everything you need.

 

 

4 Meals

We've made a sampler package for those who are curious. One vegan and one classic tasting pack.
  • each flavour
  • vegan or classic
  • free shipping

from 120 meals

No need to worry about meals anymore. Our meals will nourish you for an entire month.
  • most affordable price
  • only €3.00 a meal
  • free shipping

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Renewable raw materials

Renewable raw materials

Unlike conventional PET bottles made from crude oil, our bottle is made from renewable raw materials. Sugar beet and cane sugar is used for our bottles.

Origin of raw materials

Origin of raw materials

The manufacturing of our bottle requires carbohydrates. The sugar plants grow on fields in Europe as well as in Thailand. Plants from South America are currently not utilized.

Sustainability codex

Sustainability codex

The raw material extraction for our bottle complies with the Bonsucro manufacturing standards to ensure socially acceptable and environmentally friendly sugar production.

Biodegradable

Biodegradable

Our bottles can be composted within 90 days at industrial composting facilities. However, disposal businesses currently favor thermal recycling.

Non-GMO

Non-GMO

The fields in Europe and Thailand are cultivated with sugar beet and cane sugar without the use of any genetically modified organisms (GMO).

Competing acreages

Competing acreages

There is no competition with regard to acreages for the production of food products. As of 2019, merely 0.02% of worldwide farmland is used for bioplastics.

Future prospects

Future prospects

Sugar is currently the most effective source for the production of bioplastics. However, secondary plant parts or waste are also taken into consideration. Their efficiency is currently being increased.

Without plasticizers

Without plasticizers

No plasticizers are used for our bottles. Therefore, no harmful substances can leak out when consuming or composting our bottles.

Renewable raw materials

Renewable raw materials

Unlike conventional PET bottles made from crude oil, our bottle is made from renewable raw materials. Sugar beet and cane sugar is used for our bottles.

Origin of raw materials

Origin of raw materials

The manufacturing of our bottle requires carbohydrates. The sugar plants grow on fields in Europe as well as in Thailand. Plants from South America are currently not utilized.

Sustainability codex

Sustainability codex

The raw material extraction for our bottle complies with the Bonsucro manufacturing standards to ensure socially acceptable and environmentally friendly sugar production.

Biodegradable

Biodegradable

Our bottles can be composted within 90 days at industrial composting facilities. However, disposal businesses currently favor thermal recycling.

Non-GMO

Non-GMO

The fields in Europe and Thailand are cultivated with sugar beet and cane sugar without the use of any genetically modified organisms (GMO).

Competing acreages

Competing acreages

There is no competition with regard to acreages for the production of food products. As of 2019, merely 0.02% of worldwide farmland is used for bioplastics.

Future prospects

Future prospects

Sugar is currently the most effective source for the production of bioplastics. However, secondary plant parts or waste are also taken into consideration. Their efficiency is currently being increased.

Without plasticizers

Without plasticizers

No plasticizers are used for our bottles. Therefore, no harmful substances can leak out when consuming or composting our bottles.

Get in touch with us!

Please use the contact form for questions about BERTRAND or write an e-mail to hey@bertrand.bio
You will find all points of contact on the Meet the Team page.
Many questions were already answered in the FAQ-section.