Day: 8 December 2016

On the first day of Christmas he vowed to live waste free

Eco Chef and co-founder of Poco, the Food Made Good Restaurant of the Year 2016, Tom Hunt, has just embarked on a month long waste purge. Here’s a chef who doesn’t just talk the talk. If you run a restaurant which makes a virtue of only importing one fresh product – lemons – and once …

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Wake up and burn the coffee

It’s one of those moments when, as an organisation that’s all about helping its members find the simple, effective sustainability solutions, you’re tempted to sit back and light up a big cigar. Take one SRA Member keen to solve a nagging, but eminently solvable problem and match them with a Food Made Good Approved Supplier …

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French lessons required in global sustainability class

By Juliane Caillouette-Noble, SRA Head of Development “The Food Sustainability Index is a call to action, and an opportunity,” began Adam Green from the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), when launching the brand new report at the Barilla Centre for Food and Nutrition’s Annual Forum for Food and Nutrition last week in Milan. “It can be …

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Will tax and advertising ban be ingredients for success for children’s diet?

Slowly but surely, it would appear, that momentum is growing for the Government’s push for healthier diets. This week it published its sugar tax legislation – drinks with 5g of sugar per 100ml will be on one rate (as yet unconfirmed), while those with more than 8g per 100ml will be taxed more heavily. A …

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