GoFoam supports the environmental and economic benefits of foam products.
Foam is a versatile product used in disposable foodservice supplies and protective packaging material.

Polystyrene foam is recyclable in the communities with foam collection facilities. Foam manufacturers are dedicated to increasing recycling efforts in England and encourage comprehensive educational programs for consumers. The foam manufacturing industry supports sustainability, stewardship, and carbon footprint decreases in foam products. Additionally, polystyrene foam manufacturers innovate the foam recycling process for both food containers and product packaging. When PS foam material is recycled, it can be used to make items such as garden nursery trays, picture frames, and rulers. Because foam is comprised of 98% air, it only requires a small amount of raw materials to manufacture.

Foam products are lightweight, strong, heat resistant, insulated, moisture resistant, and affordable. and compliant with all EU legislation.
Foam is often mistakenly referred to as Styrofoam, but the two products are not the same. Styrofoam, a registered trademark of the Dow Chemical Company, is used for insulation. Dart foam is used to manufacture food containers. The information below pertains to foam, not Styrofoam.


Foam products serve as an important part of Oxford’s economy, contributing convenience and value to the foodservice industry and its patrons. A better product for serving and transporting hot and cold food does not exist – foam foodservice packaging is strong and hygienic, and it insulates food better than the alternatives.

The foam manufacturing industry is dedicated to keeping costs low, increasing efficiency and excellence, and delivering solutions for economic growth.