Lions Prep are committed to making the planet a healthier, happier place.
See below how we are making sustainable choices to deliver your meals.
Our flagship sustainability project enables you to return your insulation, food lids and ice packs so we can reuse or recycle them for future deliveries.
Depending on your location, you can either have your delivery courier pick up your previous delivery or you can drop your box off at your local Collect+ location.
By encouraging our customers to use our return and re-use scheme Lions Prep aim to reduce our use of insulation and ice packs by 50% per customer.
Pop at least 2 deliveries worth of
insulation back in your box.
Throw your ice packs and plastic food
lids in there too.
Be kinder to the planet! Send
us 4 deliveries worth of
insulation, plastic food lids
and ice packs instead of 2.
Tape the box closed, then follow the
instructions on our leaflet to return the
box to us so we can safely recycle or
reuse the materials.
Get 20% off your first 2 weeks
All of our insulations sleeves are made from recycled denim.
We have wrapped our insulation in a durable material which can be returned to us to be disinfected and re-used.
Once the insulation sleeve has reached the end of its life we will recycle all of the material for use in other products.
PP plastics are in our lids and sauce pots
You should just throw them in your box and return to us for Lions Prep to recycle.
Alternatively, these plastics are widely recyclable at most local authorities.
Our meal boxes are made using pulp based material that is free of harmful plastics.
Because they are made from natural materials, they are easily compostable.
Either throw them straight in the trash or you could throw them on your compost heap!
Our snack bags are made from a plant based material.
They decompose naturally instead of sticking around for 100's of years!
Making your snacks kind to the planet, fresh and handy on the go.
All our leaflets are printed using FSC certified paper.
FSC certified paper is produced in a way that does not harm any of the worlds forests.
So you can just pop them into your usual regular recycling.