I have compiled a short list of popular winter food items and the best packaging to serve them in, hopefully it will come in handy when your take away orders spike as the mercury drops.
Sugarcane fibre, or to those in the know, bagasse, is the material left over once sugarcane stalks are crushed to extract their juice part of the process of creating sugar.As a by-product, bagasse is proving to be just as useful, if not more useful, than sugar itself. Sure, sugar makes your chocolate taste delicious, but sugarcane fibre is helping to save the planet!
For every tonne of sugarcane crushed to create sugar, three tonnes of bagasse is produced. That's three times the amount of product which can be used in so many interesting and eco-friendly ways.
Remember, if you do good, you'll feel good. We can all make small changes to the planet that collectively will have a big impact. Climate change and greenhouse gases are two of the most spoken about environmental issues facing the planet in 2018. With animal agriculture responsible for 18 per cent of greenhouse gas emission, more than the combined exhaust from all transportation on earth, it is certainly a no-brainer to go vegan for many planet-advocates. And with animal agriculture emissions projected to increase to 80 per cent of all emissions there's a sustained effort to reduce the amount of animal agriculture needed to feed the planet.
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.