On the special occasion of World Environment Day, Here at Chowman we’re super excited to share some awesome news about the steps we’re taking to help make the world a greener place.
We all love those delicious, saucy, spicy, and savory delights that come from our kitchens. But we also love our planet and want to make sure it stays healthy and vibrant for future generations. That’s why we’ve rolled out an exciting new initiative: paper containers!
For years, food delivery has relied heavily on plastic. While it’s convenient, we all know the impact plastic can have on the environment. From overflowing landfills to polluted oceans, the story of plastic isn’t a pretty one. That’s where our new paper containers come in. They’re eco-friendly, biodegradable, and just as reliable for keeping your food fresh and tasty!
These paper containers are:
Eco-Friendly: Our paper containers break down naturally, meaning less waste and a happier planet.
Sustainable Sourcing: The paper we use comes from responsibly managed forests, ensuring we’re not harming our green friends.
Safe and Sturdy: These containers are designed to handle everything from our hot and spicy Schezwan Noodles to the creamy, dreamy Pad Thai.

Another initiative taken by us is RUCO (Repurpose Used Cooking Oil). . For the past 2.5 years we have implemented RUCO program across all our outlets. In addition to the initiative we have partnered with KNP Arises Green Energy Pvt. Ltd., an agency dedicated to promoting sustainable practices. The RUCO procedure involves providing a drum to each outlet for gathering used cooking oil. Once a certain amount is collected, it is replaced by a fresh empty drum for future use. This collected oil is then converted into biodiesel. The RUCO initiative firstly, ensures safety of our customers by eliminating the potential health hazards. And secondly, our collaboration with the agency helps align RUCO to the commitment of contributing to a greener earth.

This is just the beginning. We’re constantly looking for more ways to reduce our environmental footprint. Whether it’s through energy-efficient kitchen appliances, waste reduction strategies, or supporting local green initiatives.
Today, as we celebrate World Environment Day, we encourage you to think about the little changes you can make to help our planet. Maybe it’s bringing your own bag to the grocery store, cutting down on single-use plastics, or supporting businesses that prioritize sustainability.