Catering equipment distributor Sylvester Keal has introduced environmentally friendly takeaway containers to its stock list to help companies go ‘green’ and aid the new demand in food delivery.
The news follows the recent government announcement that many hospitality businesses in higher tiered regions could only operate on a takeout basis.
The Grimsby-based dealer is now stocking a takeaway container range, available to purchase in different variations suitable for specific food offerings.
These include the ‘Bio-Boxes’ which are both biodegradable and compostable containers, manufactured from the bi-products of sugar cane; the Kraft style burger box, made from disposable packaging and coated PE lining; salad containers made from recycled plastic with a hinged lid and compostable soup pots, also fully compostable with a natural PLA lining.
Also available in the new range is a traditional takeaway meal boxes made from EPS which are designed to keep contents warmer for longer.
Irene Keal, marketing director at Sylvester Keal, said: “Following the increased demand for takeaway and delivery supplies during the first lockdown, we were keen to expand our takeaway supplies during the second half of the pandemic.
“Our refreshed range of solutions are perfect for those caterers looking to enhance their takeaway or delivery offerings in order to increase sales during this difficult period for foodservice businesses.”