The Weekend Leader – Natch Snacks and Recircles work together for sustainable waste management

Matthew and Meher Taff, founders, Natch Snacks

To mark World Earth Day, Natch Snacks, a healthy snack brand that offers a variety of delicious and nutritious snacks made with natural ingredients, has announced its commitment to a greener and more sustainable future.

Natch has entered into a year-long partnership with Recircles, a waste management organization, by sponsoring their monthly plastic neutral campaign. This initiative not only focuses on reducing plastic waste by collecting it directly from households, but also supports the upliftment of waste picker communities through fair wages and better working conditions.

“At Natch, we believe that caring for our bodies and the planet go hand in hand,” says Matthew Taff, founder of Natch Snacks. “Our partnership with Recircle allows us to make a tangible difference by supporting responsible waste management practices and the communities that work tirelessly to manage them.”

Natch Snacks promises not only a delicious snacking experience, but also a healthy one. Their snacks, made from nutrient-rich chickpeas, provide a guilt-free treat packed with protein and fiber. The chickpea puffs and chips are not only better for your health but also for the environment. They use minimal water for cultivation, enrich the soil with nitrates and provide a sustainable snack.

By joining Recircle’s mission, Natch Snacks aims to positively impact the environmental, social and governance (ESG) landscape across India. Their efforts to keep low-grade plastics out of landfills and water bodies are an important step towards sustainable waste management. – TWL desk