Talabat Partners with Enavra to Promote Sustainable Cutlery in Qatar

Talabat Partners with Enavra to Promote Sustainable Cutlery in Qatar

In a move to support local entrepreneurs and bolster sustainability, talabat, a leading delivery platform in the region, has teamed up with Enavra, Qatar’s first premium bioplastic manufacturer. Enavra, established in 2019 by Qatari entrepreneurs Abdullah Shaat and Saoud Al-Emadi, focuses on producing sustainable and biodegradable cutlery.

This partnership aligns with Qatar Vision 2030 and talabat’s dedication to promoting homegrown businesses. Several restaurants using the talabat app have already started using Enavra’s eco-friendly cutlery, and by the end of 2023, more are expected to make the switch.

Francisco Miguel Condeco Caetano De Sousa, a representative from talabat, highlighted their commitment to nurturing local visionaries and fostering Qatari businesses. He stated, “This partnership with Enavra is merely the start of a long-lasting collaboration.”

Enavra’s cutlery products are made from bioplastics designed for eco-friendly decomposition, leaving no ecological footprint. Besides reducing carbon emissions, these cutlery items also contribute to diminishing the environmental impact associated with transportation operations.

Abdullah Shaat, Co-founder of Enavra, expressed his enthusiasm for the collaboration, stating that talabat provided them with the resources and connections to grow their business and make a positive impact on Qatar’s sustainability goals.

In addition to their partnership with Enavra, talabat collaborates with various local brands in Qatar to promote sustainability and support the community.

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