Uber Eats and Visa Help Small Businesses Make Big Changes

The companies teamed up to provide access to the sustainability consumers want

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Earlier this year, Uber Eats and Visa teamed up on a new program designed to support small and medium-sized restaurants in their transition to more sustainable packaging solutions.

Together, the two companies have committed $1 million that will be accessible to 100 businesses in the form of credits to purchase eco-friendly packaging for businesses in New York, Los Angeles, Paris, Madrid and London.

Marketers from Visa and Uber joined Adweek’s Commerceweek summit to chat about their methods and takeaways from this sustainability-focused campaign.

Breaking down the barriers

A 2022 study by the National Restaurant Association found that while transitioning to sustainable packaging is a priority for many restaurants, the cost and continued supply chain issues faced by the hospitality industry make it difficult.



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