After expanding their network to more than 100 chefs in 15 countries, Row 7 Seeds is moving into grocery stores. Additionally, a partnership with Bon Appétit Management Co. led to trials of Row 7 vegetables being grown and served at institutions from Oberlin College to Oracle Park.
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Why Bon Appétit Is Scrapping Straws
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Bon Appétit Management Company recently announced that it would stop serving plastic straws in the facilities it manages. Chief Strategy and Brand Officer Maisie Ganzler shares why the company made the pledge.
A Matter of Time Before Plastic Straws Are Gone Forever
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Some Bon Appétit Management Company venues have actually already gone plastic-free. The University of Portland was America’s first school, and Twitter has offered compostable straws at its headquarters.
How California’s Proposed Drinking-Straw Ban Would Impact Restaurants
- News North Bay Business Journal
Bon Appétit Management Company said it won’t be replacing plastic straws. Instead, they will make paper straws available for customers with physical challenges, or upon request.
Homewood Campus Eateries Saying So Long to Plastic Straws
- News The Hub
Bon Appétit Management Company, food service provider on Johns Hopkins University’s Homewood campus, announced the elimination of plastic straws from all its eateries.
Shortage of Paper Straws Nudges Dallas Restaurant into Daring New Turf
- News CultureMap Dallas
Bon Appétit Management Company was the latest to institute a ban against plastic straws and stirrers company-wide in its 1,000 cafés and restaurants in 33 states.
Paper Straws Are So Hot Right Now, There’s Been a Run on Supplies
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Last week, Bon Appétit Management Company announced that it would phase out eco-unfriendly plastic straws, effective immediately.
Bon Appétit Bans Plastic Straws, Stirrers at More Than 1,000 Restaurants Nationwide
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There will be millions of fewer plastic straws finding their way into landfills and the ocean as yet another major company has committed to ditching the disposable utensil.
Here Are the U.S. Cities That Have Banned Plastic Straws So Far
- News Fast Company
The movement to ban straws and other single-use plastics is growing.
Companies And Regulators Move Toward Full Ban On Plastic Straws To Help Alleviate Pileup
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Plastic straws make up an alarming percentage of waste around the world.