It Starts With Us

At World Centric, we manufacture sustainable foodservice and packaging products that help contribute to a healthy ecosystem, social and economic equality, thriving habitats and a better quality of life for all.

Our business model encompasses the following principles:

Using Business as a Tool
Giving Back
Exposing Issues
Zero Waste Consciousness

Sustainability Report

World Centric's annual Sustainability Report showcases initiatives, innovations and positive findings that demonstrate our commitment to minimize our impact on the environment, ensure fair labor practices and strengthen both distant and local communities. We look forward to reporting progress along our sustainability journey as a company, as we strive to do right by people and the planet.

A better world is possible

We donate at least 25% of our profits to global grassroots social and environmental programs and to account for our carbon emissions from raw material to delivery. We strive for fair labor practices in our manufacturing facilities. And we invest in projects that account for the carbon emitted by the energy we consumed in our operations.

Our Commitment to the SDGs

World Centric proudly supports the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Our company's efforts align with these global objectives, fostering environmental sustainability, social equity, and economic growth. Together, we are committed to fostering a better world.

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Plastic Problems
Paper Problems

World Centric® products are made from materials that follow the life cycle on Earth

The benefits of compostables

Less Energy

Manufacturing bio-based plastic from corn takes 77% less energy than manufacturing conventional plastic from petroleum.

Less Water

Making cups from bio-based plastic uses 86% less water than it takes to make them from foam.

Less Waste

World Centric® is not only concerned with where our products end up as waste, we are also concerned with where they begin as raw materials.

Less Pollution

The production of bamboo pulp for plates emits only 65% of the CO2 pollution that is emitted in the production of expanded polystyrene resin for foam plates.

Taking Accountability for Our Carbon Emissions