The Good Trade

The Good Trade offers eco-friendly packaging for various business needs such as shipping and food.


Bag (mailer)
Box (mailer)
Protective Packaging
Shopping Bag
Takeaway Bowl
Takeaway Box
Tape (packaging)
Tray (Disposable-Deep)
Twine, Yarns & Threads

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Compostable Plant-Based Mailer
Oval Bowl (Sugarcane Bagasse)
Food tray (sugarcane bagasse)
Clamshell container (sugarcane bagasse)
2-Compartment Oval Bowl (Sugarcane Bagasse)
Kraft Box
Honeycomb eco bubble wrap (double dispenser)
Honeycomb eco bubble wrap (Single dispenser)
Honeycomb eco bubble wrap refill
Jute String
Kraft Bag
Kraft honeycomb padded mailer
Kraft Paper Sheet
Kraft Tape

About The Good Trade


  • Kraft paper
  • Jute
  • Sugarcane Bagasse

Eco Benefits of the Materials

  • Kraft Paper biodegrades naturally within a few weeks. It leaves no impact on the environment or human health.
  • Jute is a renewable, natural fiber that is 100% biodegradable. Around 200 liters of water is needed to create 1 kilo of jute fiber, as compared to 11,000 – 23,000 liters for one kilo of cotton.
  • Bagasse, an agricultural byproduct from sugarcane extraction, is given a second life as a material alternative to tree-based paper.


The Good Trade PH was created after its Founder, Jana, realized how hard it is to live an eco-conscious life. She wanted to create a space that promoted sustainable choices and change, as well as make eco-friendly living more inclusive, accessible, and fun.

Previously a passion project that Jana juggled with a day job, The Good Trade PH has blossomed into a community of pioneers driven to make a positive impact on the planet.


“To inspire more eco-ethical living through the things you buy, content you consume, and the stories you share”