Peters Ice Cream specialises in the manufacture, sales and distribution of ice cream and ice confection. Peters has always been wholly committed to good environmental practice and is a signatory to Australian sustainable packaging guidelines.
To view our Action Plan, please click here and to view the Results for the Australian Packaging Covenant, click here. All new packaging is designed with a view to minimising the environmental impact. This is achieved using a Packaging Impact Quick Evaluation Tool (PIQET). Peters Ice Cream is committed to the ongoing review of our existing packaging. For more information on Peters sustainability programs please contact us on email@example.com and we will get back to you on your request.
Peters Ice Cream sticks are sourced from a supplier who is certified by the PEFC (The Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification). This means the original logs the sticks come from are traceable to sustainability managed forest and 100% compliant with regulations that ensure respect for the highest ecological, social and ethical standards. For more information, please visit http://pefc.org/.
We have a deep concern about the serious environmental threat to rainforests and peat fields in South East Asia caused by deforestation, and the carry on effect to wildlife. We do not use palm oil in the production of any of our ice cream mix, however, a tiny number of inclusions (i.e. nuts, syrups or biscuits) that we source from external suppliers may include small amounts of palm oil.
Peters Ice Cream are members of the RSPO (Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil) a global initiative on sustainable palm oil with a vision to “transform the markets by making sustainable palm oil the norm”.
Peters Ice Cream supports the initiative set by the RSPO and is working towards 100% CSPO
(Certified Sustainable Palm Oil).
Check out our progress at RSPO Website.