Many of us are fed up with the phrase “reduce, reuse, recycle” that is always imposed on the customers. Finally, Dapur Cikur is one of few businesses that reflect these same values by boosting biodegradable packaging.
Thus, every Dapur Cikur’s food name begins with the word sepetak, referring to its eco-friendly packaging.
“Food industry produces the most waste, with fourteen percent of them are plastics,” said Vanty.
Collaborating with local food packaging company plepah¸ the food packaging uses areca nut tree as the main material. Dapur Cikur also uses cassava-based plastic bag that is believed to decompose within six years.
Dapur Cikur, Point 11 Jalan Metro Pondok Indah Blok TC No.11