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Plant based street food.
|Food styles||American (New), Asian Fusion, British, Burgers, Fast Food, Food Stands, German, Hot Dogs, Japanese, Mexican, Middle Eastern, Vegan, Vegetarian|
Plant based Street food is exactly what it says, classic Street foods from around the world, recreated from 100% plant based ingredients.
We present our masterpieces in palm leaf bowls/plates. As in India huge amounts of palm leaves naturally shed, fall to the ground and litter the streets, and then to dispose of them they get burned. At the same time we are creating a large amount of waste in disposable tableware in the UK so to solve 2 problems for the environment, the leaves are taken and used to create sustainable, biodegradable, and disposable tableware. We thought that this neat idea would be a perfect fit with our company and what we believe in.
As lovers of food it is very important to us that our food is for everyone, whether you are after a quick and easy way to reduce your consumption of animal based produce or just love trying new things. Our food is creative, vibrant, delicious, affordable and sustainable!
As much as we enjoy the creative side of things and sometimes get lost in the love of food, there is also a mission behind our brand.
So why the name Roots? There is the obvious association to plants, as depicted in our logo, however there is a slightly deeper meaning:
It is a known fact, that in our very early years, the Human diet was predominantly plant based, not too dissimilar to that of a Gorilla. As a species we moved to a more meat based diet when we discovered and created the tools which enabled us to hunt. We do actually owe a lot of the advancements that we have made as a species to this move, because it is a far quicker way to consume nutrients and so enabled us to survive, thrive and extend our lifespan long enough to be able to evolve and advance to the level that we have. In fact we have thrived as a species so well that we are now faced with a dilemma, one of the things that has enabled the species to grow at the rate at which it has, has now become totally unsustainable, animal products, and the farming of animals, are no lon