Healthy vending in London - Providing Delicious Food Delivered in a Sustainable Way
The healthy vending team
The conscientious team at The Jar Healthy Vending not only want to help people to have access to more nutritious and healthier choices in food, they want to go about offering their fantastic service in the most eco-friendly way possible.
With their healthy vending machines in London guarantee that whenever possible they will use biodegradable packaging and utensils, to ensure that they are delivering a service that is not only health conscious, but environmentally friendly and sustainable.
Why environmentally friendly vending machines are important
In a time where there is an ever expanding fatberg in the sewers of London, ever diminishing ice caps and rainforests and beaches strewn with hazardous plastic, consumers of The Jar Healthy Vending’s products can rest assured that by investing in their produce they are supporting a company that strives to limit, and wherever possible eradicate, any adverse effect on the environment. They are one of few companies who buck the trend of irresponsible capitalism and actively look to minimise their negative impact on our planet as much as possible.
Paying it forward
Additionally, if any of the delicious meals on offer in their innovative vending machines reach their expiry date then they will be delivered post-haste to the closest food banks, to ensure that none of the delicious breakfast, lunches, dinners and snacks go to waste. If that isn’t feasible, then they will recycle both the food and the packaging. It’s this kind of awareness that defines The Jar London Vending’s whole mantra - be the best you can. If you can eat better - do it. If you can help others - do it. If you can avoid damaging the environment - do it.
You CAN eat healthy AND conveniently
Just a little bit of thought can go a long way, and that extends to their main mission - making great healthy food readily available, giving you no excuses.
Sustainability is key, both in terms of sticking to a healthy diet and in relation to responsible use of the world’s resources.