Single-Use Plastic bans are an effective strategy to speed up the transition towards a circular economy.
Single-use disposable packaging with a functional life of minutes should not be made with materials that will last hundreds of years. Plastic manufacture, pollution and the very limited recycling infrastructure is front of mind with consumers worldwide.
Foodservice businesses have the opportunity to lead the charge by choosing composting to recycle their food and packaging waste.
So, what products are included in the single-use plastic bans?
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Opening a new café is daunting enough without having to scroll through hundreds of items which, let’s be honest, look almost the same. So how do you decide what packaging you need for your new café?
Our customers come to us for advice all the time, so we’ve developed this article to provide some top tips to café first timers.
This article will give you a guide on both the quantities you should be thinking about for your first order, as well as the most popular beverage and food packaging items our customers love to use. And of course, everything on this list is eco-friendly!
Running a business is always a challenge. It demands all you got till your last drop of sweat. Add a year like 2020 on top, and the pressure can become just too much.
In a way, running a business is like fighting the waves when entering an angry sea. When you think you just left that killer wave behind you, feeling proud of how skilfully you dodged it, a new wave sneaks on you and throws you back to the shore. But you step back up and walk into the ocean, ready to face the next wave, and then the one after that.
What they may not be aware of though, is the impact plastic takeaway containers have on food and drinks. Nasty micro plastics leech into the food, undoing all the good stuff that has been done to ensure your food is as healthy as possible.