Gerber® Free Recycling Program
GERBER has entered a partnership with TerraCycle® to give typically hard-to-recycle baby food packaging a new life
- Care for your Baby… and the Planet! -
GERBER strives to create a world where babies thrive. That includes creating healthy food for babies and protecting the world they will grow up in.
GERBER has now partnered with TerraCycle® to bring you the GERBER Recycling Program. So you can feed your baby healthy, nutritious GERBER baby food and then recycle the packaging (for free!) to help protect the planet.
- How it works -
Recycling your Gerber Products is Easy. Simply download a free shipping label to ship your GERBER baby food packaging to TerraCycle®, and TerraCycle® will recycle it.
Start collecting your GERBER baby food empty packaging and place in any empty box you have.
Print Free Label
When your box is full, fill out the form below to download and print a prepaid shipping label.
Seal your box, affix the prepaid shipping label, and send it to TerraCycle® to be recycled.
- Participate Today! -
Frequently asked questions
What can I send in through this recycling program?
Gerber® baby food packaging such as flexible plastic (bags, pouches, inner bags).
Can I only collect Gerber®-brand products?
Yes, this national recycling program is brand-specific, which means you can only recycle packaging of this particular brand.
Are there any costs associated with participating in this program?
Gerber® has sponsored this national recycling program, so there is no direct cost to you.
What are the best practices for shipping my recycling to TerraCycle®?
We encourage you to ship when your box is full of Gerber® baby food packaging to minimize the transportation carbon footprint for this program. UPS will not accept dripping packages, so please make sure your items are dry.
Do I need to clean the items before I send them in?
No, you do not need to clean the packaging before dropping it off, but please remove as much of the remaining product as possible before shipping.
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