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< div course=" inline_image image_size_full" data-attachment=" 236865 "data-sequence=" 2" readability= "6 ">< img alt= "LPQ Picnic_2" src="" sizes=" (max-width: 1023px) 100vw, 780px "course=" lazyload "width=" 5309" height=" 3539" srcset=" 480w, 600w, 780w" > Bakery chain Le Pain Quotidien has introduced made-to-order outing boxes that can be gathered in shop or provided straight to a public place

Readily available throughout the summer season, the ‘Picnic in One Click’ box serves 2 and is targeted at those wanting to ‘enjoy a spontaneous, al fresco feast’.

The ₤ 38 box consists of a plan of fresh made sandwiches, daily bread, dips, patisserie products, cold-pressed juices, flatware, plates and also drinkware.

Carrot Cake as well as Lemon and Strawberry Tarts feature among the bakery things available, as well as an option of Chicken Club, Salmon or Artichoke Brioches and also Mint Pea & & Asparagus or King Crab Tartines.

The Picnic Box can be ordered for shipment to any type of public location via Deliveroo or by scanning the QR code from one more diner’s box and also gathered from the bakery’s network of 16 stores.

On 18 June, to celebrate International Picnic Day, packages can be purchased for 15% off the recommended market price, Le Pain Quotidien claimed.

The business included that whatever offered in the box was either ‘entirely recyclable or compostable’.

The bakeshop chain lately signed up to the Sustainable Restaurant Association’s Food Made Good program.

Under the advice of the not-for-profit subscription organisation, the brand-new Le Pain Quotidien food selection includes a ‘circular layout idea’ to restrict unnecessary kitchen area waste.