Environmental and non ethical
Someone in my company decided to give this as a treat, but here are some reasons it's not a great option. Honestly, I believe it's an environmental waste and an ethical disaster, and Wolferman's Bakery should help clients be more conscious. 1- Deliveries did not arrive on the same day. So people were no longer expecting it. And as it was not delivered directly to them. So people had to throw the food in the garbage after having a box of cheese and ham spoiled in the mailbox for an entire day! 2- Food comes packed with polystyrene and plastic containers all over the place. We can't call it "Good" quality food when you have to use environmental hazards and fly it from Kansas for food to go to waste. 3- Not inclusive. 2 people were vegan, and one did not eat ham. Wolferman's bakery should be ethically responsible for asking their clients to know group options. Please, do not fly food all over the country if people can't eat it. It's a colossal waste! Food takes up more space in US landfills than anything else. Don't claim you are good if your company does not have an ethical responsibility. In that case, you're not sustainable, inclusive, and environmentally friendly. You are contributing to the significant waste issues we have in the country. Businesses need to have a clear point of view and stand for a better planet if they are "good" for people.