Resource Efficiency through
Renewable Raw Materials

True sustainability. From raw materials to production.

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Biobased cycle
LokaleRessourcen Local resources
Strengthening agriculture
LokaleProduktion Local production

Despite the awareness of the consequences of plastic packaging, its production is continuously increasing. The manufacturing of Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) is also growing at an annual rate of 5 %. Yet there is a quasi-unused raw material worldwide: straw.
Only 1 % of the world's annual straw reserves could completely replace Expanded Polystyrene. Landpack is the first company in the world that can form straw
without the use of additives and turn it into a genuine alternative to Polystyrene. Our pioneering work has been rewarded with several international patents. Our insulated straw packaging is a shining example of an efficient, bio-based circular economy: a truly sustainable solution to a global plastic waste problem.


Compost EN
Nutrients stay in the cycle

The Landbox closes the natural nutrient cycle. In industrial composting plants, biowaste is turned into nutrient-rich biocompost. This replaces conventional fertiliser and peat from drained moors.
Straw EN
50% of the grain harvest is straw

Straw is produced in abundance all over the world. Straw is the biomass with the greatest potential for use. In Germany, 30 million tonnes of cereal straw grow every year. Of this, 10 million tonnes of straw can be used annually for non-agricultural applications without ecological disadvantages. Styrofoam could be completely replaced with only 1 % of the world's straw.
LocalFarmers EN
Local raw material sourcing, 100 % transparency

We source our straw from farmers in the immediate vicinity with a transport radius of <10 km. In this way, we minimise the ecological footprint in the procurement of raw materials. At the same time, we guarantee maximum transparency over our supply chain. Our customers know from which field and farmer the material of their packaging originates.
Bio En
Ecological and practical: disposal in organic waste

Since our straw insulation contains no additives, it can be disposed of in the garden or organic waste. In this way, one Landbox produces biogas for decentralised, base-load capable and sustainable heat and power supply. One Landbox straw 15 litres yields 800 litres of biogas.
Tech EN 1
Patented technology

We process straw, without additives, into food-grade insulating packaging at our production site in the west of Munich. The plant technology and the production process were developed by us and are internationally protected. Our production process reduces the primary energy requirement to a minimum: we only need 1/50 compared to Styrofoam.
Power EN
Green electricity and green gas

We stand for 100 % renewable energies. Our entire production, administration and development are powered exclusively by renewable energy sources and we have carefully considered the selection of suitable suppliers. For example, our 100 % green electricity comes from regional biogas, hydropower, photovoltaic and wind plants in Bavaria.

CO2 emissions

A medium-sized Landbox (22 L, 35 mm wall thickness) causes 0.41 kg CO2eq over the entire value chain, including upstream and downstream stages, excluding biogas generation in the digestion process.

Water consumption

At 0.05 L/kg, the Landbox requires virtually no water in production. Recycled paper, on the other hand, requires 224 times as much water.

Biogas production

Based on the German energy mix, one Landbox saves 0.34 kg CO2eq through biogas extraction. The total emissions of a Landbox straw when recycled via the biowaste bin and fermentation are thus only 0.07 kg CO2eq.


We make use of the natural properties of straw

Our technology allows the free shaping of natural fibres while retaining their superior and naturally given insulating and shock absorbing properties.

A process-integrated dedusting, cleaning and disinfection of the straw fibres makes the Landbox suitable for allergy sufferers and food-compliant. Technology, processes, and plant engineering are based on our own proprietary know-how. The production process is suitable for a wide range of applications.

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0 kWh / m3
is the required energy to produce a Landbox versus 1000 kWh / m³ to produce a comparable Styrofoam box.
0 Mio.
tonnes of cereal straw in Germany can be fed into other applications each year without ecological disadvantages.
0 %
of the licensing costs saved with a Landbox compared to a corresponding Styrofoam box.
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supply chain transparency: We tell you which field your packaging comes from.
Our Farmers

We use surplus straw from contract farmers in the immediate vicinity. This way, we guarantee maximum transparency, security, and honesty of supply. We tell you which field your straw comes from.

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May 23, 2023, by Maleen Scheible
Corporate Carbon Footprint 2021
May 23, 2023, by Maleen Scheible
Product Carbon Footprint Landbox Straw