London-based vegetarian and vegan restaurant group Tibits has launched of a series of reusable products including its new reusable bento bowl, thermos and water bottle.
The introduction of the boxes is said to further demonmstrate the group’s commitment to becoming a “zero waste” restaurant. Designed in Switzerland, the homeland of Tibits; the reusable shell is made from 100% husk fibre, a by-product of rice production, is heatable to 120ºc and can be used in the microwave. It is also dishwasher safe.
The bowls cost £15 and each time a customer uses a one in Tibit’s London restaurants, they’ll receive 10% discount off their meal.
Alongside this, Tibits have launched two other reusable products, including a thermos which keeps drinks hot or cold for up to 12 hours and is dishwasher safe. It is created from stainless steel and finished in matte black and is priced at £12.
Lastly, the group released a water bottle which contains no BPA. It is priced at £9 and is made from eco-friendly material, Eastman Tritan copolyester.
Tibits chose to launch a water bottle as part of the range to eradicate the use of BPA, which can react with the content and in the long term cause serious hormonal impairments, allergies and has been linked to prostate and breast cancers. Like all the other products, it is 100% dishwasher safe and can store liquids up to 100ºc. Tibits also offer fresh water refilling stations in its Bankside and Heddon Street restaurants.