Holy Schnitzels have attained a silver award for their work supporting local produce, the living wage and recyclable packaging. They also stock Fairtrade bananas & organic English apples and compost all their food waste through the City Council’s food waste scheme.
Their meat comes from suppliers such as Dingley Dell, Radmore Farm, Radwinter Wild Game and fish is all MSC certified. Their Kaiser rolls are crafted by local artisan baker, Cobs Bakery using organic local flour. And for a sweet desert, the Apfel Strudel is lovingly made by Austrian born Birgit at her patisserie.
Many takeaway food outlets produce a lot of waste through the necessity of using individual use food packaging. Very excitingly, Holy Schnitzels’ containers are made out of sugar cane in a bid to reduce their impact. Although they are an expensive option, they are effective and can be composted along with any other organic waste they have.
As they work towards attaining a gold award Holy Schnitzels said: “Sustainable food sourcing and the service offered is becoming more and more important to both organisers that book up events as well as ever more discerning consumers. By taking on board the pledge, it has made us re-evaluate our business practices and how we impact the environment we work in.”