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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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Ukraine war reveals fragile food security

Written by Tom Tanner, The SRA The current war in Ukraine is destroying and devastating a country, displacing millions of people, and ruining lives. The impacts of this crisis do not end there though – it’s becoming increasingly apparent that Putin’s violence is creating a global food security crisis. Between them, Russia and Ukraine are …

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Want a better food future? Choose a One Planet Plate

By Abigail Englefield, One Planet Plate Project Manager Now, more than ever what we eat and where we get our food matters. Whether we are reducing our carbon footprint, protecting depleted fish stocks, supporting local businesses or eating seasonal produce or clamping down on food waste. Food presents us with multiple ways to make a …

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2021 – A year in review

By Juliane Caillouette-Noble 2021- a roller coaster of a year. One that started in lockdown, and seems to be teetering on the edge of ending right where we started. A year where so many poured their hearts into making their business survive – thrive even! – despite the most challenging of circumstances. And though the industry again finds itself knee deep …

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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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First Food Made Good Award in Japan champion sustainable restaurant pioneers

By Takeshi Shimotaya, Executive Director, Sustainable Restaurant Association, Japan The Sustainable Restaurant Association Japan held the Food Made Good Japan Awards 2021 on 15th November 2021 at MY Shokudo Hall & Kitchen in Otemachi, Tokyo. Fifty people attended, both at the venue and online. The awards showcased and rewarded restaurants and cafes that have excelled …

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Spirit of sustainability shines through in San Pellegrino Young Chefs

By Tom Tanner We were thrilled when San Pellegrino approached us back in 2019 to help them create a new award. For the 2019 edition, they appointed us as the sustainability partner for its Young Chefs programme and asked us to create a new Social Responsibility category. The award sits alongside the programme’s other awards, raises …

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How climate-anxiety can fuel climate-action

By Lucia Perasso, The Sustainable Restaurant Association A couple of weeks ago the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released a special report on the impacts of global warming of 1.5°C. The report followed what has been yet another season of climate disasters in Europe, including floods and wildfires to mention a few. As the news was out, on Wednesday of the same week, a small town near Syracuse, …

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