Neat Burger partner with 4ocean this World Oceans Day to further their commitment to our planet, one burger at a time
From the 8th June, running for a week, vegan fast food restaurant Neat Burger will pledge to remove 1 pound of plastic waste from our oceans and coastlines with the sale of their signature Filet-no-Fish burger. The event will take place across all Neat Burger sites in London where Filet-no-Fish fans will be given a 4ocean bracelet to proudly show their support of such a worthy cause.
Furthering their commitment to the cause, Neat Burger pledges to support ocean cleanup efforts through 4ocean’s Pound+ program, by making a contribution for every Filet-no-Fish burger ordered at a Neat store for the rest of the year.
One of their bestsellers, Filet-No-Fish (£7.99) was the natural choice for the World Ocean Day initiative. Helping us reduce our negative impact on our oceans in more ways than one, the burger includes: crispy coated ‘fish’ filet, lettuce, tartar sauce, crispy onions and pickles.
Founded in 2019 by The Cream Group in collaboration with Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton, Neat Burger is proof that burgers can be enjoyed while not only avoiding detrimental effect to the planet, but having an actively positive one.
Furthering their mission to save the planet, one bite at a time, Neat Burger works with The Eden Project to plant a tree for every item ordered from their menu. In 2020 alone 140,000 trees were planted thanks to the group, with this year’s expectations on course to be six-times that.
4ocean is a purpose driven business with a mission to end the ocean plastic crisis. Founded in Florida and now operating globally, the brand was created on the belief that business can be a force for good and that the single actions of individual people, collectively, have the power to change the world. As both a public benefit corporation and Certified B Corp, they are committed to ending ocean pollution.
While their professional, full-time captains and crews recover harmful marine debris that’s already polluting the ocean, they also work to stop plastic pollution at its source by educating people about this global crisis and empowering them to end their dependence on single-use plastic.
Every 4ocean product purchased comes with their One Pound Promise to pull one pound of trash from the ocean, rivers, and coastlines. Every purchase helps fund their global ocean cleanup operation and supports a growing movement to end the world’s reliance on single-use plastic.
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