Our top Zero-Waste vendors
To celebrate Zero Waste Week, we round up the best places you can order a plastic-free meal from, delivered straight to your office with Just Eat for Business.
Do you know when Zero Waste Week is? Officially in its 11th year, this campaign takes place during the first week of September; aiming to encourage the nation to re-evaluate their environmental footprint and reduce their level of landfill waste - because if each of us recycled just one more thing, the collective impact would make a world of difference.
Here at Just Eat for Business, we are fully committed to minimising our environmental impact. That's why we're proud to work with over 75 plastic-free restaurants that you can order food from everyday. Take a look at some of our top picks below.
Taking inspiration from the street food in Greece, Hungry Donkey is a London institution serving simple, fresh and authentic food. With a focus on classic flavours using only ethically-sourced ingredients, this Greek restaurant is the perfect place to enjoy both a sit-down meal or takeaway lunch in the office.
With mouth-watering souvlakis, souvla boxes and salads on the menu all served in environmentally-friendly packaging, Hungry Donkey is sure to be a crowd-pleaser in the office.
One of the most popular vendors on Just Eat for Business every month, Pizza Pilgrims delivers 12” Neapolitan pizzas featuring large crusts and even larger flavours straight to your workplace.
Served in fully recyclable boxes, these pizzas are not only good for your tastebuds but great for the environment too. So why not treat the team to some feel-good pizzas this week from Pizza Pilgrims? Our picks are the classic Margharita with creamy fior di latte mozzarella and their latest menu addition, the double pepperoni drizzled with spicy honey - trust us, they're best-sellers for a reason.
Little Farm has you covered all day, everyday for your breakfast, lunch & dinner needs in eco-friendly packaging.
Their extensive menu features egg pots, sandwiches and porridge for breakfast, protein boxes, salads and sandwiches for lunch, and curries, burgers and fries for dinner - all using only fresh, seasonal ingredients. So no matter what your team is in the mood for, Little Farm is the perfect one-stop-shop for all your plastic-free needs.
Poké bowls are always a crowd-pleaser in the office. What isn't always a crowd-pleaser? Poké bowls served in plastic packaging. Fear not, because Omoide is your go-to pick for delicious poké served in fully biodegradable bowls.
These beautiful presented, flavourful bowls not only taste great but are full of nutrients to keep you going throughout your work day. Our pick? Their gift from a garden bowl with miso-roasted aubergine, chargrilled broccoli, tofu, edamame, pickled carrot, salad and grain mix all laid on a bed of sesame-dressed sushi rice - we couldn't think of a better-balanced bowl if we tried.
Run by two chocolate addicts with a love for baking, Bad Brownies create the fudgiest and gooiest brownies in town. From individual brownies, to brownie sundaes, to mini-brownie sharing boxes, you know you're in for a good time with these decadent treats.
The best part? They're all served in 100% eco-friendly packaging, so they're technically guilt free. We can't go past their salted caramel brownie - two layers of rich chocolate brownie sandwiched between handmade salted caramel sauce. It was even voted the best brownie at London's Chocolate Festival, it's that good.
Give in to you and your team's sweet tooth today by ordering Bad Brownie to the office with Just Eat for Business.
Want to see what other plastic-free restaurants you can order food from straight to the office?
Here at Just Eat for Business, we swap office food for good food. That means we deliver from over 500 restaurants in London straight to your office, all for the same price as going direct.
And with over 75 plastic-free restaurants to choose from, what are you waiting for? Simply head to the website, enter your postcode and take a look at all the options available near you today.
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