His name is Erbert and wants to be the answer to those looking for healthy (also through ready and balanced menus) and sustainable food (the brand's packaging is 100% compostable)
A supermarket of selected and, above all, sustainable products: this is how it describes itself Erbert, landed this summer in via Moscati 11 a Milan. Here they are fruits and vegetables, bread and desserts prepared with wholemeal flours, leaven mother and extra virgin olive oil, fish, organic meat, cured meats (without polyphosphates), cheeses (including mountain pastures), take away gastronomy dishes (can also be ordered at home) and packaged products from snacks to preserves, up to condiments. The new supermarket was created with the intention of responding to current trends in terms of expense, or the well-being through nutrition and the environmental sustainability.
Healthy products and balanced dishes
The products for sale by Erbert, they explain, are selected according to the criteria of healthy eating and ready meals are designed to be balanced in their components (a sticker explains the different combinations of nutrients) thanks to the collaboration with a team of nutrition biologists who thought of several balanced menus (there is, for example, the Mediterranean one, the vegetarian one, the one for children, but you can also create customized ones). And nutritionists are also present in the shop to give advice to those who make it expense.
Erbert's sustainable packaging
The shop is made only with low environmental impact and totally plastic free materials, as well as the packs of the products of the Erbert line are made 100% compostable material. The selection of the fruit and vegetable department tries to favor biodiversity and prefers organic and biodynamic crops, while some gastronomy proposals use the waste from plant-based processing to reduce food waste.
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