Bars

Zero waste cocktails, 100% creative mixologists

By Abi Englefield, One Planet Plate, Global Project Manager As part of our partner rum brand Flor de Caña’s ongoing pledge to reduce waste and help fight climate change, they have launched Zero Waste Cocktails. It’s a campaign aimed at engaging bars and restaurants around the world to serve up delicious sustainable cocktails made from …

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Is it just me or are cocktails really rubbish now?

By Kate Dranginis, SRA Climate Analyst Rubbish cocktails are the trend in bar world right now. By that, I don’t mean we’re in the middle of an ironic throwback to lurid and sickly-sweet Woo-Woos, though they do have their time and place. Low-waste cocktails which consider their environmental impact are what the industry is excited …

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Istanbul – gateway to sustainability

By Juliane Caillouette-Noble, Managing Director, Sustainable Restaurant Association  Two weeks ago, I had the immense pleasure of joining hospitality and tourism colleagues from around the world in Istanbul for the third Global Gastro-Economy Summit. Hosted by TURYid, the Turkish Tourism Restaurant Investors and Gastronomy Enterprises Association.  Packed in a conference center at the intersection of …

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Global award for Australian bar where they waste nothing and you taste everything

By Tom Tanner The Ketel One Sustainable Bar Award 2021, at the World’s 50 Best Bars, has been won by Re-. The extraordinary scale of the commitment to minimising waste at the Sydney, Australia cocktail bar, would be impressive for a venue that’d been operating for a decade. The fact that it only opened its …

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Five ways to celebrate National Hospitality Day and showcase your green creds

By Tom Tanner, SRA The eighteenth of September. If the date isn’t in your diary already, take a moment from reading this to ink it in. It’s a Saturday and it’s National Hospitality Day. Yep, that’s right, a day for a nationwide celebration of the UK’s brilliant restaurants, hotels, pubs, bars, cafés and caterers. So, …

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The National Food Strategy and the role suppliers have to play in achieving Dimbleby’s reshaped food system

By Natalia Spinetto, Purchasing & Producer Partnerships at Collectiv Food As Henry Dimbleby so succinctly puts in Part 2 of his National Food Strategy, released last week, ‘The UK has a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to reshape the food system’. I couldn’t agree more, although the publication was frustratingly dominated by Boris’s immediate dismissal of proposed sugar …

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Catering to the greener stomachs of the event industry

By Ellie Ashton-Melia Sustainability – Where to start?  One of the biggest challenges faced by event businesses big and small is trying to translate good intentions into transformative actions. Businesses are starting to make Net Zero and Circular Economy commitments to achieve global ambitions of keeping the planet within a 1.5-degree threshold. This stands true …

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The road to Net Zero for pubs and bars just got easier

By Tom Tanner The Culpeper in London’s Shoreditch was the venue for the launch of the Net Zero Pubs and Bars Initiative. Representatives from the creators of the initiative, Net Zero Now, development partners Coca-Cola Europacific Partners (CCEP) GB and Pernod Ricard UK, one of the pub companies participating in the pilot, Peach Pubs, a …

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