UnLearn has been providing biocompostable foodware to your door in the Washetenaw County region for almost 3 years. UnLearn, LLC was founded in Ann Arbor by Christina Guldi, who working in the restaurant industry for 12 years, was desperate to find an alternative to stryrofoam and plastic. Nearly all of our products are manufactured by World Centric of Palo Alto, California and are made from either sugar-cane pulp, reed grass, corn, or recycled paper. In comparison to most of the competition, we find World Centric products to be the most durable and sustainable. Most importantly to us is the fact they never overlook the humanitarian side of our global economy.
UnLearn enjoys and specializes in serving the community and small business, but also take care of the bigger businesses as well. We are the first in the state to offer completely compostable lids for hot drinks, and we strive to keep up on the constantly improving products as they become available.
Members of our family who we owe so much of our gratitude and growth include Zingermans Roadhouse, Northside Grill, Earthen Jar, Jefferson Market and Cakery, and Arbor Brewing Company, among others. Every business is unique and we always try to accommodate your unique needs. Delivery is always free and prompt within Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti.
OUR MISSION STATEMENT:
UnLearn wishes to provide an awareness of change in the daily patterns of everyday people. We strive to inspire active thoughts and questions of "what truly goes into our routines," on humanitarian, environmental, community, and personal levels. Renewable resources and materials that would be otherwise disposed of, that completely biodegrade and compost in 45-190 days are utilized to create our products. Fair living wages, work equality and conditions for workers are ALWAYS a priority in our business practices. We hope that with advances in technology, the growth of human compassion, and the sharing of information that individuals and businesses will be encouraged to take advantage of the gifts and responsibilities of global citizenship.