Wild Radish | Produce | Beetroot Mushrooms Parsnips
Sustainability

 

Nature has a
thick skin.
It doesn’t
need plastic.

We’re here to help you cook a great meal at home, not fill your bin with packaging. We care about getting this stuff right and so do the people we work with.

Packaging you can compost at home will always be our first choice.
We can’t use it for everything yet, but we’re working on it and we’ll use it for all our fruit and veg where we can by the end of 2021.

We say no to single use plastic.
When we do have to use plastic (for our salad leaves, for example) our bags are recyclable or can go in your compost. We keep things chilled in insulated packs made from recycled denim (sounds strange, but it works). You can return these and our ice packs with Collect +. Then we’ll then use them 20 more times.

We’re starting as we mean to go on.
We’ve got plans to swap plastic punnets for cardboard and to make sure your ingredients never arrive rattling around in a giant box.

You can hold us to it.
We’ll publish our first sustainability report in October 2021, so we – and you – can see if we’ve made the grade.

Chefs hate
waste.
So do we.

If you’re choosing the best ingredients, why would you want them to end up in the compost?

So if your recipe only needs a few truffle shavings, you can be sure our chefs have shared a great truffle across all our menus, so there’s nothing left over.

Wild Radish | Produce | Heather

We work with like-minded people

We work with people who think like us: they care about the food, the land and the teams they work with. We’re all working to the same goal: to make great food with the best ingredients, delivered with as little impact – and packaging – as possible.