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Did you know that Birmingham-based Field Culture Compost partners with local restaurants to help reduce the amount of waste that ends up in landfills? Keep reading to learn more about which Birmingham-area restaurants are composting.
Royal Cup reduces its waste by diverting unwanted coffee beans from Birmingham landfills. Don’t miss out on their organic coffee and unique tea blends.
Trendy AND sustainable? You can find the freshest kombucha teas at Harvest Roots. They also partner with Field Culture Compost, which is another great reason to support this local biz.
Love brunch and being environmentally conscious? The Essential is the newest member of the compost coalition. Check out their Instagram to sign up for their giveaway that ends Friday, September 3.
Bottega Cafe is helping Field Culture Compost realize their goal of reducing waste. Don’t sleep on the sublime Italian cuisine that Bottega offers. Buon appetito!
Meredith test kitchen was one of the first to reach out to Field Culture Compost when they first launched their compost program. You can find all of their delish food pics in different Birmingham mags.
Who doesn’t want meals delivered straight to their door? Nourish Foods cook and deliver the food directly to your door.
Fun fact: they reuse the cooler totes that their customers return. Now, they compost with Field Culture Compost.
We think it’s pretty cool that Jeni’s composts with Field Culture Compost. Check out their vegan ice cream options, too. Yummy!
Not only is Chez Fonfon home to award-winning burgers, but they compost too. Thank you very mulch, Fonfon.
Want to help Field Culture Compost? Sign up for their pickup service. Also, don’t forget to check out #compostcoalition to find out who’s composting.
Lettuce keep composting Bham.
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