DeliverZero aims to get rid of single-use takeout boxes

At DeliverZero, the idea is to provide restaurants and customers with reusable takeout containers. To see that clearly, Adam Farbiarz, an idea lawyer, teamed up with Lauren Sweeney, a marketing expert he met at a trade event, to start a Brooklyn company in 2019 with a Restaurant account numbers in Park Slope and Prospect Heights . Containers are provided free of charge to restaurants; customers, who pay a 99 cent fee plus to their bill, can return them to any restaurant in the company’s network. Polypropylene containers, which are microwaveable and dishwasher safe, are cleaned and reused by restaurants. Late last year, DoorDash and Caviar signed on to a pilot program, Mr. Farbiarz said, and began offering containers as an option when orders placed at participating restaurants on their platforms. Now there are nearly 150 restaurants in Brooklyn, Manhattan and Queens on the list. They are mostly independent neighborhoods, and Mr. Farbiarz says enrollment is growing.

According to NYT Food on Twitter and NYT Cooking on Instagram, Facebook and Pinterest. Get regular updates from NYT Cooking, with recipe recommendations, cooking tips, and shopping tips. DeliverZero aims to get rid of single-use takeout boxes

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