Vegan cheesemakers Nutcrafter Creamy to open zero-waste vegan deli and bakery in Glasgow

Read Time:   |  26th July 2019

Award-winning vegan cheesemakers Nutcrafter Creamy are getting set to open a vegan deli, bakery and plant-based kitchen in Glasgow.

Nutcrafter Creamy vegan deli

Nutcrafter Creamy is well-known for its award-winning artisan vegan cheeses, but now the team behind the brand are setting their sites on a new endeavour with the launch of a vegan deli, bakery and plant-based kitchen in Glasgow.

The new vegan store, Zilch, will feature an artisanal bakery, deli-style vegan cheese and charcuterie counter as well as freshly prepared plant-based meals on-the-go.

Not only will the new deli and bakery give vegans in Glasgow a place to find delicious cheeses, baked goods and plant-based meals, but the business is also focused on being eco-friendly and sustainable and aims to be plastic-free and zero-waste by not offering single-use plastic cutlery, bottles or plastic bags in store.

According to the company, the shop is “aimed to everyone looking for plastic-free (carbon neutral), zero waste, sustainably sourced, cruelty-free and ethically manufactured products.”

Nutcrafter Creamy vegan deli

The company has leased a property in Laurieston and has already started to fit out the space and undertake necessary repair jobs and has signed up to “Close the Loop”, a composting collection service devised to create high-grade compost in a matter of weeks so that their catering waste can be used to feed future crops.

They are now crowdfunding in a bid to help raise funds to help them purchase a larger bread oven, bakery equipment, a fresh pasta maker and a refrigerated deli counter.

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