Sustainable and saving resources
Actually, it was meant as a suggestion to overthink our behavior, a tribute to “food culture” and a hint that we are using many things thoughtlessly before throwing them out. But this random idea turned into a success story. We are talking about the cloth napkin. In winter 2015 the cloth napkins have been introduced to all tents with gastronomy stalls as the alternative to paper napkins.
Our thought: paper napkins are one example of how often and thoughtless we are choosing products that we are using once and throw them out afterwards. The Tollwood cloth napkin are available against a deposit at all participating gastronomy stalls. It’s not only pretty, but as a product made out of fair traded organic cotton, the cloth napkin is making a contribution to environmental protection and a more just world.
Visitors are invited to bring their own cloth napkin.