PINT CYCLING: 6 WAYS TO REUSE YOUR JAR
You’ve just finished a delicious jar of Talenti. Now what do you do? Throw it away? Nope. You upcycle it. Or as we like to call it, #pintcycling, which means you reuse the jar for another purpose instead of disposing of it. Pintcycling is great because it can save you money and time from having to buy new storage containers, plant pots, or whatever it is you’re reusing it for, but most importantly it’s great for the environment to help reduce the amount of plastic we use and dispose of. Not to mention, every Talenti jar is made of 100% recycled materials and is fully reusable and recyclable which helps us save 2,823 metric tons of virgin plastic a year.
Below are just a few ways to help inspire you how you can reuse your jar. The pursuit of sustainability can start with any Talenti jar you decide to reuse.
The only thing more beautiful than plants are plants in a DIY pot. So why not use a Talenti jar? You get to reduce, reuse, recycle and you get the added benefit of letting people know exactly what your gelato stance is. Let them know that your house is a house for Caramel Cookie Crunch.
It doesn’t matter how much Tupperware you buy, it always seems like you could have just one more, right? Keep your money in your pocket and use our jars instead for meal prepping. Store fruit, veggies, snacks, or whatever your Gelato-eating heart desires.
Does it feel like your bathroom could use a little organization? Let a jar of Sorbetto help you out. Give Q-tips, cotton balls, makeup brushes, and all kinds of bathroom essentials a new home.
Does a cluttered desk make it hard to concentrate or is it just us? Reclaim your space and never lose track of your pens, pencils, or scissors again with some help from our jars.
Arts And Crafts
Those who said you can’t play with your food never had food that came in a 100% recyclable jar. Use the jars for fun arts and crafts projects, like building a sand tower, making a bead organizer, and painting with watercolors.
Share your own creations using #Pintcycling on Instagram