The Real Eating Company goes plastic free!
The Real Eating Company are pleased to announce that all cafés we have eliminated plastic where possible.
Following the introduction of the limited-edition 100% compostable cups, each featuring a town landmark, The Real Eating Company are pleased to announce that they have eliminated plastic where possible.
Helena Hudson, Managing Director The Real Eating Company, said: “Without doubt, food and drink packaging has contributed to the plastic waste hazard in our environment and I really wanted to do something about this in our business as we use a lot of packaging. It took a while to source plant-based alternatives for everything we needed but we did it. Once you start looking into this industry, it is amazing what can be made out of plants! We’re really pleased to now say that all our packaging is 100% plant-based, sustainably made and biodegradable.”
The new packaging is made of plants not plastic. This means that their products use renewable lower carbon or recycled materials and can be composted with food waste where accepted. All of their sandwiches, warm drinks and takeaway food is served in sustainable packaging.
About The Real Eating Company
The Real Eating Company is an independent business with a collection of food destinations in five towns in the South East. Serving no nonsense, modestly priced, seasonal British food, using local whenever they can all day.
You can find The Real Eating Company on Silver Street in Salisbury.