Cafes of the UK! Fancy some free napkins to help raise awareness for Parkinson’s UK? Oh and we’ve now got biobags and compostable carrier bags.
We are seeking 250 cafes and foodservice operators around the UK to take part in the big campaign for for Parkinson’s Awareness Week, 7-13 April. Sign up by this Friday 21st at www.vegware.com/parkinsonsuk for your campaign pack of 800 free napkins and awareness poster.
Why? One person in every 500 has Parkinson’s. Enjoyable activities like visiting a cafe can become a big challenge due to the lack of control. To raise awareness and improve understanding of the condition, we have teamed up with Parkinson’s UK to create special branded napkins.
And if you’re on twitter, sign up for the Thunderclap – a grand synchronised tweet on 7th April to raise awareness together. And tweet away with @vegware and @ParkinsonsUK using the hashtag #incontrol.
And here’s our newest addition to the range…
Yup, a whole new range of compostable bags, sacks and liners from teeny (5 litre) up to humungous (240 litre). Our 8 and 10 litre liners are perfect for kitchen food waste caddies. Our 5 litre bags are perfect for selling loose fruit and veg, or for catching coffee grounds from your coffee machine. Larger sizes are perfect for the waste sector.
- 5 litre produce bags with handles – home compostable
- 8 & 10 litre home compostable caddy liners
- 25, 30, 70, 80, 140, 240 litre sacks and liners
- certified compostable
- made in Europe from natural starches
For help choosing the right dimensions, or advice on a bespoke size, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also call us on 0845 643 0406, or download a free factsheet on choosing the right biobag on our downloads page.
Did you hear that the European Parliament recently voted to reduce plastic bags and encourage compostable bags? Our new bioplastic carriers fit the bill perfectly – they are bio-based, certified compostable and dual use! Lovely sturdy bags to carry heaps of shopping home, and then reuse as a kitchen caddy liner for food waste recycling. Oh and they have a very pretty green design.