Fair Food Services
Lemon Heaven Lemonade
There’s nothing better than an ice cold Lemon Heaven lemonade on a hot summer day! The smell of freshly squeezed lemons, the novelty of watching the process from start to finish, and the delicious final product will keep you coming back for more every time. We put the squeezed lemon in the drink and shake, shake, shake to produce our signature Lemon Heaven taste that tantalizes your senses!
“Only the good lemons make it into Lemon Heaven”
Lemon Heaven is served in 12, 24 & 32 oz (355, 710 & 946 ml) sizes. Available FREE flavors include:
- Blue Raspberry
- Iced Tea
- Tiger’s Blood (strawberry & coconut)
Lemon Heaven offers a popular diabetic version of our original lemonade for our diabetic customers who have a hard time finding quality beverages suitable for their needs.
For those with a sweet tooth, we also sell cotton candy!
Our Packaging and the Environment
At Lemon Heaven we care about the environment and keeping our packaging out of landfills. Please take the time to separate compostable organics (ice & lemons) and recyclable plastics and place them in the appropriate container for recycling. Although we offer some events “compostable packaging” (if commercial composting facilities exist in that area), we prefer to use recyclable plastics that can be recycled several times.
PET Plastics vs Compostable Plastics vs Coated Paper cups
PET Plastics can be recycled many times and are widely used across North America. PET Plastics can be recycled curbside, and there are many other recycling centres available.
Compostable Plastics need to be commercially composted to achieve the desired result. Very often smaller cities do not have commercial composting facilities. In this case, all Compostable Plastics will end up in the landfill where they will not break down. Quite often Compostable Plastics get mixed with the PET Plastics recycling stream, resulting in a contamination of the recycling stream. Compostable Plastics can’t be recycled like PET Plastics. Unfortunately, marketing materials with a lack of information mislead the end user into thinking they can throw their compostable packaging into the garbage and it will break down on its own. This is not the case. Compostable Plastic sounds nice but not when it lasts forever in the landfill.
Paper cups will not hold liquid unless they have a coating applied. Unfortunately, once a coating is applied they can’t be recycled and must go to the landfill. Coated Paper cups that people keep throwing in the paper recycling only contaminate the recycling stream. They must be thrown in the garbage, where they will not break down. Paper cups also contribute to deforestation.