No it does not. Think of the space available in the back of a lorry. You can either fill it with hundreds, maybe thousands of Huel bags all compressed together, or you can fill it with bottles. Each bottle takes up say 5cm x 5cm x 20cm and contains at most 3 scoops of Huel. That space could have been used by possibly even an entire bag.
Less Huel per lorry = More lorries required = More fuel burned to deliver less Huel.
Thats it… Most is water and the transport of it is very non sustainable. Is the same as the transport of the lettuces, they are so light and big per weight that are the most non sustainable product to transport. All of this counts to reduce the carbon footprint.
I just made this from a milk tretrapack. I Only removed some parts to make it quickly. This is one idea for the packaging. But this would be an optional bottle, something to send with a suscription or to buy in the huel shop. The goal is to make much more appealing the process of serving the powder and the appearance of the storage. Is much more attractive a rigid or semi rigid bottle than the big bag. The only thing to worry would be the refillable method once per 4-5 days from the Huel bag. Bigger, larger spoon? Different type of system?
I would like to have in this case always the bottle of huel in the kitchen or even in the fridge. The bottle should be easy to wash, maybe the bottom of the bottle could be an oppener for the refillable process and for washing.