The effects of some food labels on our eating habits are debatable. But it’s still exciting to see businesses making an effort to educate their customers about the sustainability of their products.
Seattle pizza chain Pagliacci’s is taking one step in that direction. They’re switching to Forest Stewardship Council-certified cardboard, and using the cardboard itself to explain the life-cycle of the box.
Northwest pizza companies have been ahead of the sustainability curve for years. Portland’s Hot Lips Pizza, among others, has been delivering by bike for a while, and showcasing local, sustainable ingredients.
Alan Durning covered this and more in his epic post on cargo bikes—give it a read if you haven’t—but I want to know what other ideas you have for bike delivery. (And if you were thinking we need a bar on bike wheels, I’ve got you covered.)