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  • Friday, Jul 07, 2017

Street food is growing in popularity – and it’s not difficult to see why. In cities, stalls and vans are the cosmopolitan way to grab a tasty treat – whilst festivals, fetes and events aren’t complete without a line-up of delicious dining options. However, mobile caterers are facing rising demand for sustainably sourced produce and packaging. After all, the charm of street food is rooted in its raw return to rustic presentation, real flavours and traditional tastes with contemporary combinations. But it’s also a key contributor to littering and landfill – two major problems for our environment, and our economy. With this in mind it’s only fitting that the practices and passions surrounding your street food business extend to the environment immediately around you, and beyond.

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Are You Prepared?

23 Apr 2015 14:50:00
  • Thursday, Apr 23, 2015

As new regulations call for takeaways and street food vendors to use biodegradable or recyclable packaging, traders must look for new options.

With Oxford City Council recently announcing that the food containers used by takeaways and street vendors must be either recyclable or biodegradable, it’s clear the tide is turning in favour of sustainable packaging.

The move, the first of its kind in the U.K., is great news for the environment, and is sure to be just the tip of the iceberg, as many towns could follow suit. (Even New York City is set to enact similar regulations later this year.)

But where does this leave the nation’s traders and vendors in terms of meeting new regulations?

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