FRESH TO DEATH
At 4OBC we believe in serving up the highest quality food super fast, thats why over 80% of our produce is sourced from within a 400km radius of Sydney, we prepare all our ingredients in house, with all our beef being single source hand raised grass fed cattle from our friend James Bjorksten of Hereford Red, we mince and press all our burgers daily. All of this means you get the freshest f**king food every time.
All our food is made by hand from raw ingredients daily, we take great care in the preparation and sourcing of our produce, paying homage to the artisans and makers, and the growers and farmers, to ensure our customers get the best possible experience.
Our concept was built on a chefs mentality guided by ethics, sustainability and integrity. We wanted to bring these principles often only found in restaurant kitchens to a high quality fast food enviroment. We strive everyday to grow and nuture this vision.
At 4OBC we support local Australian artisan producers and makers. Thats why our beef comes from Hereford Red farm in Orange, NSW. Our Bacon is made by Eli at Challenger Small goods in Marrickville and our Pickles come from Joel at Westmont Pickles in Sydney's West. In fact over 90% percent of all our food and beverages are Australian. And our buns from are from the good folks at The bread and butter project a social enterprise charity that gives new skills to refugees.
We believe that to protect the world for future generations we need to look for ways to lower our footprint on the planet wherever possible. This is why we use no single use plastics in our business and opt for paper cardboard and glass options in our stores moving towards a zero waste policy. We are aiming for our stores to become carbon neutral and powered almost exclusively from renewable energy sources by 2020. We are also proud members of 1% for the planet.
It is our view that what we take we should give back. So this is why we only stock products and support companies that support our similar values and ethics. We support companies like Karma cola that are free trade certified and reinvest in the communities that produce the ingredients that go into making their soft drinks. We are always on the look uot for new ways to show our support to local matters and issues further abroad our primary goal for 2018 is to become a certified B corporation.