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Chowgirls strives for sustainability in all aspects of our operations. In addition to our efforts around the office and in the kitchen, we help our clients achieve sustainability at their events by composting, recycling, and avoiding the use of disposables. We were the metro's first low-waste caterer and thanks to a close working relationship with Eureka Recycling we've achieved an amazing waste stream diversion rate of 97%. Since 2008 we have created a greenhouse gas emission reduction equivalent to 91 metric tons of carbon dioxide. We purchase eco-friendly packaging and use recycled paper materials whenever possible. We avoid bottled water and instead use glass carafes and washable urns. Additionally we source ingredients as locally and seasonally as possible, in order to keep our carbon footprint as small as we can. We also use organic produce, free-range chicken, and grass-fed beef and bison, as we firmly believe that those are the most environmentally friendly foods we can cook and serve. Most of our food comes from within a 75-mile radius of our kitchen.