The Weekly Dish
DISHING OUT topics like health & wellness, and eating healthy to consumer trends and environmental impact.
Our blog offers an oversight into the world of maintaining a healthy and balanced lifestyle.
November 26 2021 – Allison Slater
Happy Rosie! We are honored to serve our community fresh, healthy meals made from locally sourced ingredients. Thank you for your business and for supporting our sustainability mission. Together we can make a difference. Wishing you and your loved ones a happy, healthy holiday season!team dish(code happyrosie!)Keep reading
October 20 2021 – Allison Slater
Meet Deanna & the Good Bottle Refill Shop! The mission at good bottle REFILL SHOP is to help you reduce waste and create a more sustainable home. After her own realization of the waste her family was producing, and where it ultimately ended up (sitting in the ground for years to come!), Deanna made a commitment to creating a more zero waste lifestyle. And that...Keep reading
October 12 2021 – Allison Slater
Welcome to the next phase of our Sustainable Journey! Starting NEXT WEEK your orders will be delivered in REUSABLE INSULATED BAGS! Did you know? An estimated 1 trillion plastic bags are consumed worldwide, annually... AND on average we only recycle ONE plastic bag in every 200 we use? YIKES! Click here to read more about the benefits of reusable bags.Plastic...Keep reading
October 06 2021 – Allison Slater
We are thrilled to announce our collaboration with @sugarsnapshift, a weight loss accountability coaching program, based right here in Chatham! With three different programs to choose from, you can find the guidance and support you need, based on where you are in your journey. They also offer supplemental support programs such as helping you "purge your pantry" and getting the supermarket...Keep reading
September 29 2021 – Allison Slater
In our ongoing commitment to sustainability, we now include a BPI certified compostable bag with every delivery! This will make it more convenient than ever to set your containers and lids aside until your next delivery day. Simply rinse containers & lids, stack neatly in bag, and leave bag out on your next delivery day and we will pick them up...Keep reading
August 25 2021 – Allison Slater
Want to be more eco-friendly but not sure where to start? One simple way is to collect home food scraps and COMPOST them instead of throwing them in the garbage. By composting, you can help reduce the 133 BILLION pounds of edible food that is thrown away annually that ends up in our landfills and help TRANSFORM it into a valuable resource...Keep reading