We believe in working with partners who care about the same things we do. So here’s a bit about them, so you can see for yourself how they help us do the best we can for our customers, the environment, and our people.

Our partners in recycling

AluPro is the UK’s Aluminium Packaging Recycling Organisation, dedicated to increasing recycling of aluminium packaging. As active members, we work closely with AluPro, our industry, government and local communities to help achieve this aim.


Recent results are encouraging, with UK metal recycling up by 12.6% in 2013 and looking good for a total of 46% recycling in 2014. Awareness campaigns such as ‘MetalMatters’, ‘Leave Your Cap On’ and ‘Every Can Counts’ are helping families make the small changes needed to make big progress. Behind the scenes, AluPro work with local and European government and the UK’s waste management industry to improve infrastructure and processes too.

We’re also proud to be part of the European Aluminium Foil Association, championing innovation, sustainability and excellence in aluminium foil industries across Europe and the globe.



Bacofoil are delighted to be sponsoring the Miriam Polunin Award for Work on Healthy Eating at the prestigious Guild of Food Writers Award.

The Guild of Food Writers announced the shortlist for its annual Awards, the most prestigious in food writing and broadcasting. The winners will be announced on Thursday 5 June at a ceremony at the Royal College of Physicians in London. They will be presented with a beautifully engraved glass trophy and a prize of £500.

The shortlists highlight emerging talent as well as featuring some of our best-known food writers and broadcasters, including Heston Blumenthal, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall and Yotam Ottolenghi. The Guild of Food Writers Awards celebrate the breadth of knowledge and expertise at work in a thriving creative field.

For more information on the awards ceremony please click on this link:

The Guild of Food Writers Logo


Food packaging Association (FPA)


We are members of the Food packaging Association (FPA).  The FPA  promotes the interests of manufacturers, distributors and buyers of single use, disposable foodservice packaging. The FPA encourages the use of disposable foodservice packaging by promoting and encouraging further development of its superior performance with respect to hygiene, safety, convenience, economy, reducing food waste, environment and sustainability.


Did you know?

I completely disappear in two years, unlike most plastic cling films which take decades.

“Clean off rust by crunching the kitchen foil into a ball & dipping in water rubbing the rust from the metal.”

Martin Berns | Frinton on Sea