Passionately local. Globally minded.
'Innovation is never a single event, but a process of discovery, refinement and transformation and it is often the transformation stage that takes the longest.’ - Richard Fine, BioPak Founder
Everything we do here is guided by our philosophy of leave happier. Whether it's your morning coffee (just the way you like it), or any of our handmade food items, we're that little hit of happiness as you move through your day.
So, just like our coffee and food products, when it came to sourcing our cups and food packaging, we wanted to use the best. Packaging that's going to leave our planet happier. After careful consideration, we partnered with leading Australian packaging business, BioPak.
We have huge amounts of respect for BioPak's approach. They design and manufacture packaging solutions that are non-toxic, non-harmful and have no negative effects on the natural environment throughout their lifecycle.
It was 10 years ago when BioPak recognised the growing environmental problem of plastic in our oceans and set out to challenge the status quo.
For us, decreasing the impact our business has on our oceans and the environment is an ongoing priority. We’re not afraid to change something if there’s improvements we can make in doing so, and have done just that with our recent switch from using plastic to paper straws. When we saw the statistics around single use plastic straws, it was simply a no brainer.
In short, plastic straws suck! (pun absolutely intended). 'Every plastic straw used takes over 200 years to decompose, is not recyclable and among the top 10 debris items globally. Currently, 10 million plastic straws are used in Australia, every day.'
In making this small change, we hope our customers will understand why. We see it as a further step to reduce our impact and heavy reliance on products that are only used for a matter of minutes, but have a negative impact that lasts lifetimes.
We’re just getting started, and we’ll never stop seeking to learn more, so we can do better.
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