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Wild Food Café – A case study on food packaging

This case study on food packaging aims to highlight the importance of food packaging to the restaurant and café industry. Background of Wild Food Café Wild Food Café is a raw-centric, vegan/vegetarian eatery that thrives on ensuring fresh and healthy food, aliveliness and an eco-friendly world. Perry...

Happy Holidays! December 2014 Newsletter

Check out our December 2014 newsletter here. ----------------------------------------------- About the London Bio Packaging newsletter: Once a month we send an e-newsletter to our customers and all the eco-warriors who've signed up on our homepage. It's a good way of letting everyone know about new products, special offers and...

Eco Bakery Packaging & Cake Packaging

    Bakeries and cafes use our eco-friendly packaging for baguettes, sandwiches, cakes, muffins, pastries...   Why? Because our bakery packaging is plastic-free! Plastics are made from oil, which is running out. Instead of plastic, our packaging uses bio-plastic. This is made from corn, which can be re-grown - so it's more sustainable than oil. Because all the...

Just the Plaice for Eco Fish and Chip Packaging

Fish and chip restaurants up and down the British Isles are choosing our eco fish and chip packaging!   But what fish and chip packaging are they using? And how are they using the packaging to reduce their carbon footprint and impact on the planet?   Customers are choosing fish and chip packaging made of sustainable...

Sustain™ Biodegradable Coffee Cups

In the UK we drink approximately 70 million cups of coffee and 165 million cups of tea every day! And a fair chunk of these are bought in coffee shops and cafes, to enjoy on-the-go. But have you ever thought...

“We Are Tea”, composting your cuppa

You might remember that last month we asked you guys to get in touch and share your experiences of working in a sustainable business. Well We Are Tea did just that! A big thank you to everyone there for giving us...

An ACE switch to bioplastics

Our charity partner Action for Community & Environment (ACE) engages in sustainability and creates pro-environmental behaviour change. This month, they have started working with food outlets in Ealing to switch to LBP’s packaging made from sugar bagasse, palm leaf or bioplastics. It might be a smart move...