Our Food Program is Designed to Be Sustainable

We proudly partner with local businesses and farms to bring you a simple yet intentional menu. We offer items that are organic and support regenerative agricultural practices

  • Tina’s is proud to announce that its operation is 90% Waste Free. This was determined by a case study performed by Chatham University in 2020. It utilizes compost and recycling as its main means of waste removal

  • We work with Zero Waste Wrangler who properly handles our compost. Land fill trash is actively kept to a minimum by sourcing and using specific materials and products in the space

  • In 2023 Tina's has composted 4,867 pounds of compostables and recycled 7,352 pounds of glass. Composting has a huge impact on the environment. From a greenhouse gas equivalency standpoint our composting efforts are equivalent to 164 urban tree seedlings grown for 10 years. 4,826 miles offset! Our composting efforts are equivalent to not driving 4,826 miles. And 219 gallons of gas! The number of gallons of gasoline offset by diverting food scraps from the landfill!

  • Tina’s creates and maintains relationships with other small business and supports and sources within its community. We encourage and share our knowledge of sustainable practices with our peers.

  • Tina’s Researches and utilizes ingredients that are naturally occurring in region through regional foraging and partnerships with local organic farmers.

Why Tinned Fish? In many cases, the method of canning makes use of smaller fish such as sardines or mackerel, which are lower on the food chain and have healthy wild populations. Otherwise we select brands that focus on environmentally safe fishing practices. The process of canning extends the shelf life of the product helping to eliminate the possibility of food waste. Additionally 100% of packaging can be recycled or composted supporting our waste free ethos.