Vegware supports catering outlets with plant-based disposable packaing


Vegware – the global specialist in plant-based catering disposables – is open and here to help foodservice with their takeaway and delivery packaging. The brand’s full team are working safely and remotely from home, and have their three international warehouses, in the UK, Europe and USA taking all government requirements for packing and delivering Vegware’s foodservice disposables. 

Vegware is really pleased to be supporting catering outlets that are nourishing local communities through takeaways and deliveries. Many restaurants and cafes are adapting to offer these new services, while schools and community organisations are becoming a much needed place to provide takeaway meals to their communities.  

Their dedicated account team can recommend products for customers switching to disposables for hygiene reasons or trying takeaway and delivery for the first time. With nearly 15 years of experience working with restaurants and QSRs, contract caterers, education, hospitals and care homes, pharmacies and detention centres, they can provide expert support and guidance on the right takeaway and delivery disposables for any environment. 

Vegware has 350+ different products including wrapped compostable cutlery kits, sustainably-sourced Bon Appetit bowls, reclaimed bagasse boxes and clear plant-based deli containers for takeaway. Plus, compostable carrier bags, recycled pizza box and plant-based food prep gloves for food prep and service. Their full range function brilliantly, are food-safe, look great, and are all plant-based and commercially compostable with food waste, where accepted. Their award-winning Environmental team work closely with the waste sector to provide secure and sanitary routes to compost for clients.  

Available in 70 countries, Vegware has distribution throughout Europe, the Middle East, South America, and the Caribbean, and has operational bases in the UK, USA, Hong Kong and Australia, helping catering outlets worldwide meet their sustainability goals.