Intensive agriculture is damaging the atmosphere, soil fertility & biodiversity. The food industry accounts for large amounts of greenhouse gas emissions that is slowly heating the planet. From this, Australian’s alone throw out more then 8 billion dollars in food every year.
The name Small Print comes from the term small eco-footprint.
By making smart choices and thinking holistically about every aspect of food production, we’ve found it’s easy to make some damn tasty food without making a huge impact. We want to see change. As a small business we realise we’re only a drop in the ocean, but every effort towards being more sustainable and compassionate counts.
HERE ARE SOME SOLID RULES WE STICK BY:
Our menu is vegetarian and vegan friendly
Using grass fed, free range meat where possible to reduce our impact.
Local and organic where possible
Back to the basics – Chemical free, low mileage food that is rich in flavour and full of the good stuff.
Like minded partners
Everything we can’t make ourselves comes from companies who share the same passion for sustainability as we do. Our pizzas boxes are made from recycled materials and a portion of the profits go to St Vincent De Paul.
Minimise waste, compost, recycle, reuse, then give back. Simple. We have an industrial composter out the back that turns all our food scraps (including meat and bones) into nutrient rich compost in 24 hours. This is then regularly donated to community gardens around Melbourne.
Monday 5pm - 9:00pm
Tuesday 4pm - 9:30pm
Wednesday 4pm - 9:30pm
Thursday 4pm - 9:30pm
Friday 4pm - 10:00pm
Saturday 4pm - 9:30pm
Sunday 4pm - 9:00pm