Canadian grocers join forces with Reusables to tackle single-use plastic waste
The Circular Innovation Council has unveiled a pilot program to tackle single-use plastic waste in collaboration with Canadian grocery retailers Metro, Sobeys, and Walmart Canada.Read more
Mama I made it to Forbes!
Jason Hawkins and Anastasia Kiku founded Reusables in 2020 to replace the single-use cups and takeout containers used by food service operators with returnable ones.Read more
Uber Eats Partners with Reusables.com for Sustainable Packaging in Vancouver
Today, Uber Eats, Canada’s leading delivery platform, is announcing sustainable packaging pilot programs Vancouver to help address issues around single-use plastic waste. Working with Vancouver-based Reusables.com, Uber Eats is aiming to be the...Read more
Earls Restaurant Group Launches Zero-Waste Takeout in Partnership with Reusables.com
Vancouver-based Reusables.com will bring its tech-enabed platform for sustainable packaging to the iconic restaurant group.
Reducing waste: Reusable cup share programs offer alternatives to disposable cups
On Jan. 1, the city of Vancouver became the first municipality in Canada to implement a single-use fee on disposable cups, and while many people are paying the extra 25...Read more
Reusable take-out container program expands to North Vancouver
A zero-waste program is bringing reusable takeout packaging to select restaurants and coffee shops in the east side of North Vancouver, B.C. Since Monday, businesses in Deep Cove, Dollarton Village and Parkgate Village have...Read more
Zero-Waste Packaging For Takeout, Adds First Grocery Retail Partner To Platform
After successful launch with Vancouver-based restaurants, Reusables.com expands into zero-waste packaging for grocery at Fresh St. Market, Vancouver House Location VANCOUVER, BC, September 23, 2021 -- Reusables.com, the container-sharing platform...Read more