Taste of Fairfield!

Taste of Fairfield!

Taste of Fairfield!

 

Rain did not hold anyone back from enjoying the most delicious food and drink the Fairfield area has to offer!

Taste of Fairfield featured over 35 local restaurants and the food was simply unbelievable. We were more than happy to supply all the vendors with our 100% natural compostable plates, bowls, and utensils for tasting!

 

Home to so many great restaurants and talented chefs, we are proud to support our local community.

 

We want to thank TownVibe and Fairfield Magazine for hosting such a great event.

Celebrating Fairfield’s dynamic food scene was a blast and we look forward to next year!

  

Yumi Donates Compostable Plates to Girl Scouts of Connecticut

Yumi Donates Compostable Plates to Girl Scouts of Connecticut

Yumi donated compostable plates to Girl Scouts of Connecticut's annual Camp CEO program. 

Learning about plastic and the damage it does to the environment is critical for today's youth. Girl Scouts of Connecticut learned what a difference it can make to our planet to use plant based materials found in our eco-products instead of petroleum based plastics.

We hope these budding future leaders will pass along the knowledge they gained and encourage others to join Yumi and help us save our planet!

Remember, Plants Not Plastic!

Yumi Sponsors Family Polo Day

Yumi Sponsors Family Polo Day

Yumi sponsored the Second Annual Family Polo Day celebration at the Greenwich Polo Club providing plates, cups and utensils for the event. 

The Luxury Marketing Council of Connecticut-Hudson Valley held its Second Annual Polo Family Day on Sunday, June 12 at the Greenwich Polo Club in Greenwich, CT. In attendance were more than 150 members and their families and friends from the Luxury Marketing Council’s Connecticut-Hudson Valley and New York City chapters.

The weather cooperated and guests enjoyed a sampling of summer beverages and foods from selected members, contests, and children’s games and activities. All this as they watched a thrilling second round match in one of polo’s most prestigious tournaments, the Monty Waterbury Cup, that went into overtime with White Birch finally beating Goose Creek 9 to 8.

Click here for more information about this event.

About Greenwich Polo Club

Nestled in the beautiful backcountry of Connecticut, Greenwich Polo Club was established in 1981 and is recognized as one of the elite high-goal polo venues in the world. Known for its unmatched roster of legendary teams, professional players, and champion equine athletes, fondly known as polo ponies. Distinguished families, young entrepreneurs, artists, and well-known personalities are all part of the international dynamic which makes Greenwich Polo Club so unique.

 

 

Fairfield Earth Day Celebration

Fairfield Earth Day Celebration (April 30, 2016)

Yumi participated in the Fairfield Earth Day Celebration at Fairfield Warde High School on April 30, 2016. Fairfield, CT was recently named one of the top 11 places to celebrate Earth Day this year.

Fairfield Environmental Film Festival

The Fairfield Environmental Film Festival premiered on Thursday, May 5 and ran until Saturday, May 7, at Sacred Heart University’s Martire Business and Communications Center.

Yumi COO, Albert P'an, spoke on a panel following the film Trashed.

Panelists:
Albert P’an, COO of Yumi EcoSolutions, Inc.
Cristin McCarthy Vahey, CT State Legislator for 133rd District (Fairfield)
Carleen Lyden-Kluss, Co-Founder & Executive Director of North American Marine Protection Association (NAMEPA)
Guy Gleysteen, Senior VP, Time, Inc.
Liz Milwe, Westport RTM representative

Trashed
We buy it, we bury it, we burn it and then we ignore it. Does anyone think about what happens to all the trash we produce? We keep making things that do not break down. We have all heard these horrifying facts before, but with Jeremy Irons as our guide, we discover what happens to the billion or so tons of waste that goes unaccounted for each year. “The plastic bottle in your hand will feel as dangerous as a molotov cocktail” – NYT