EDUcatering switches plastic for... potato starch!

EDUcatering switches plastic for... potato starch!

H2O Publishing, which produces EDUcatering Magazine, no longer delivers any of its titles in plastic wrapping.

The publishing house, which sends out magazines to 16 key sectors across foodservice, hospitality and healthcare, has made the industry-leading switch from plastic to a fully-compostable wrapping made from potato starch.

The switch means that the thousands of school caterers who receive EDUcatering can now use every issue’s packaging to line their food waste bins, which not only saves plastic, but also encourages sustainable composting at home.

Readers have been reacting to this positive news by sharing their own deliveries from H2O, encouraging other publishers to take note and take action!

To read the latest issue of EDUcatering, click here.