You may have read in this week’s Soup Kitchen report that the baked potatoes were a huge success? So much so, that we have encountered a problem that our normal plate tableware is not necessarily suitable. It has been suggested that bowls maybe a better alternative to serve the potatoes and we therefore have the request for tableware bowls.

“We think these sugarcane bowls would be ideal.”

Says Jan Galland. She continues:

“With the increases awareness of plastic pollution, we have found these biodegradable bowls, constructed by natural plant fibres. Liquid resistant together with being stronger and more rigid than normal paper alternatives, environmentally beneficial compared to plastic and being 100% compostable, the bowls can be domestically composted or recycled through waste paper channels.”

We have placed these bowls on our Amazon wish list and ask if anyone would like to donate these bowls, it would make the serving of hot potatoes a little less messy.

Here are the direct links to the bowls on Amazon and the manufacturer, BioPac.

Amazon Wish List

Help support the Soup Kitchen by dontating items from our Amazon WIsh List.

Food Hygiene Rating

Newbury Soup Kitchen at The Salvation Army was awarded a Food Hygiene Rating of 5 (Very Good) by West Berkshire Council on 16th February, 2017

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Charity and Non Profit Award Winner 2018.

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The Newbury Soup Kitchen is division of the Haven (West Berkshire) homeless charity.

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