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.
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).
We work naturally with the seasons, and with farms who work regeneratively, for a better climate future. This kind of farming is more labour intensive, and puts flavour first. We pass that dedication on through our recipes, celebrating the notion of "what grows together, goes together".
You can return insulation and ice packs from your deliveries to us for free through Collect + so we can reuse them up to 10 more times. By sending them back to us you’ll be helping us create a circular economy and reduce our environmental footprint.
Here’s what you need to do:
1. Save up the insulation and ice packs from at least 3 deliveries (we can’t take any other packaging).
2. Download and print your free returns label by clicking here.
3. Drop your parcel off at your local Collect+ point and they’ll send it back to us. Find your nearest Collect + point here.
So do we.
If you’re choosing the best ingredients, why would you want them to end up in the compost? We want to send you what you need – no more, no less – so everything in your box ends up on your plate. When it’s hard to give you the exact amount of an ingredient, our chefs will give you tips on how to use up anything you might have leftover. The best chefs are inventive and have a lot of ideas for using up truffle shavings or the rest of that red cabbage.
We try not to waste anything when we’re coming up with and testing our recipes too, but if we do have any great ingredients leftover, we sell our surplus produce on the ‘Too Good to Go’ app.
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.