Ramar Foods: Improving Nationwide Sustainability

 "Our new packaging will help protect against plastic waste from the pastures where our California dairy is produced," says Susie Quesada, Ramar Foods President. Photocredit: inquirer.com

"Our new packaging will help protect against plastic waste from the pastures where our California dairy is produced," says Susie Quesada, Ramar Foods President. Photocredit: inquirer.com

Ramar Foods recently changed their Magnolia Ice Cream packaging materials to recyclable packaging for the first time in 40 years as part of their "decade long mission to improve nationwide sustainability and to help protect the local California environment."  The new paper containers will be easier to recycle and will spend less time in landfills across the country.  

Susie Quesada, president of Ramar Foods stated, “Our classic Magnolia Ice Cream package is iconic, when we created our new paper packaging, we improved the design to not only share our iconic ice cream with a wider market, but to also be ecologically responsible. Our new packaging will help protect against plastic waste from the pastures where our California dairy is produced. As well as guard against plastic waterway waste in the Pacific Ocean, where we source our fruits from many family farms in the South Pacific.”

Ramar Foods produces Magnolia Ice Cream without the use of any synthetic hormones and with real California pasture-raised premium dairy milk and made with real tropical fruit puree farmed in the tropics.