VANCOUVER — Earls Restaurant Group has launched zero-waste takeout in partnership with Reusables.com. The platform launched at the Earls Test Kitchen Vancouver location first, where customers are now able to select reusable takeout packaging for pickup and delivery through their ordering channels, including DoorDash.
“At Earls, we are committed to supporting the environment and sustainability movement, and are excited to pilot Reusables and give our customers more options to reduce their reliance on single-use plastics,” says Kristin Vekteris, Chief Brand Officer at Earls Restaurant Group. “It even goes beyond sustainability because the food stays warm and travels better in their stainless steel bowls.”
“Earls is an iconic brand in Vancouver and we are honoured to team-up with them to make reuse easy for their staff and customers,” says Jason Hawkins, CEO and co-founder of Reusables. “Our Reusable-as-a-Service enables companies like Earls to seamlessly integrate reuse into their existing business.”
Reusables’ platform has seen widespread adoption throughout restaurants and retailers in Vancouver since launching in 2021, and the company has plans to expand to new cities later this year. Reusables also recently partnered with IGA at its Robson St. location in Vancouver.