Q: Should I Recycle My FruitGuys Box?

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Q: Should I Recycle My Fruit Box?
A: Your FruitGuys fruit box is 100% recyclable and compostable—but we suggest you put it to reuse!

RETURN BOX to The FruitGuys
To stay eco-friendly, we have a Box Return program. In most areas, we can pick up and reuse boxes in good condition. Please return your fruit boxes to your driver, or contact us if you have any questions or to see if the Box Return program is available in your area.
Call: 877-FRUIT-ME (877-378-4863) or email: info@fruitguys.com

fruitguys boxes bike rackREUSE/RECYCLE your box
The boxes are also excellent for personal or office reuse. The large boxes are the exact size for file folders. The trays are perfect for carrying items from one area to another. Employees and clients have used boxes for storing ornaments, decorations, boots, dolls, and household items. One customer made a bicycle rack out of them!

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