Vegware case study: Platform at Argyle Street Arches
Street food market solidifies sustainability by composting catering disposables
Argyle Street Arches is a historic venue in the atmospheric arches below Glasgow Central railway station. In 2018, the iconic UK site reopened to be given a new lease of life, and with it, a view to become the city’s greenest venue.
This includes offering Glaswegians a fiercely independent alternative to generic, mass produced foods by way of a new street food market: Platform at Argyle Street Arches. The indoor market brings together some of Scotland’s best independent street food traders every Friday, Saturday and Sunday, with food available to sit-in or to-go.
From the outset, Platform’s mission has been to offer produce that is locally and sustainably sourced, seasonal, free range, and free trade. To complement this, they sought eco-friendly food and drink packaging, knowing that food contamination is a barrier to recycling conventional plastic single-use containers.
Keen to ensure the best waste solution for their catering disposables, Platform contacted Edinburgh-based Vegware.
Click here to read more and see the 5 steps Platform and Vegware took to create a sustainable street food market.