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Wholesale´s non-polluting and environmentally friendly packaging of food is aiming to contribute to a cleaner and more healthy world.

Wholesale ECO has a vision to:

  • Inspire more critical choices of the packaging of foods.
  • Inspire new habits and changed lifestyle concerning packing in households.
  • inform and raise awareness of how plastic, tinfoil and greaseproof/sandwich paper is affecting the environment and our children´s health.
  • help reducing the use of polluting foils.

Our ambition is that as many children as possible are having a packed lunch without chemicals during their lunch break, and that they at the same time become aware of taking care of our earth.

Facts about Denmark, Sweden and Norway

GDP per inhabitant is 60,707 U.S dollars 2015

Out of the five Scandinavian countries Denmark is the smallest country and with its 5,5 mio inhabitants it is at the same time the most densely populated Nordic country. About 1,2 mio. people live in the capital Copenhagen. The Danes are the people in Europe spending most money on organic products, and the consumption of organic goods is growing every year. The Danes are making 12,7 mio. packed lunches a week !!

GDP per inhabitant is 58,938 U.S dollars 2015

With 9.7 mio inhabitants, Sweden is the most populous Scandinavian country. More than 2 mio. people live in the capital Stockholm. Sweden has a very widespread and disciplined sorting of waste, and they are number one in recycling of e.g drinking bottles and cans.

GDP per inhabitant 97,307 U.S dollars 2015

Norway has about 5,1 mio. inhabitants, 1 million of whom live in the capital Oslo. Norway is the only Scandinavian country that is not a member of The European Union. Norway´s biggest source of income is extraction and export of oil and Natural gas, which makes Norway one of the richest countries in the world.

Contact WholesaleEco

Huginsvej 2 B.
DK-3400 Hillerød
CVR-nr. 24242412

TLF: 0045-2424 4947
Opening hours: Weekdays 9:00-16:00


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Pernille Gundelach