Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

The case for recycling is economic and environmental

Cat Butterfield & Lily Gray from First Mile According to the U.N FAO, if food waste were a country, its impact on global warming would come third after the US and China. In the UK 41% of the waste produced by pubs, restaurants and hotels is food waste, with 45% coming from food prep, 21% …

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A toast to sustainability: Asia’s 50 Best Bars

Author: Adya Rana Today Bar Trigona can toast to themselves for being awarded Asia’s Sustainable Bar this year as part of Asia’s 50 Best Bars 2019. Based in the Four Seasons Hotel in Kuala Lumpur, the bar is top of its game in luxury, style and now sustainability. Bar Trigona works with local farmers to …

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Locavore: Indonesia’s sustainability trend setter

Author: Nell Armitage, SRA Digital Project Manager Being that the vast majority of SRA members are based on these shores, it’s nothing short of a godsend to find a standout restaurant 8,000 miles from home while on holiday in a paradise they call Ubud, Bali. In fact, my partner and I were staying within minutes …

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#NationalTeaDay | Top tips for a sustainable bank holiday brew | Canton

Author: Jennifer Wood – Head of Tea – Canton Tea has been shamefully cheap for too long. Beautiful, hand-crafted tea, made in small batches and bought direct from either family-run farms or from reputable estates affords a fair price to the producers and is still good value. If you serve it with care and learn about …

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#NationalTeaDay | Top tips for a sustainable bank holiday brew | Teapigs

Author: Anna Foks, Grocery Account Manager, Teapigs Plastic-free? Biodegradable? Local? Anna Foks, Grocery Account Manager at Teapigs, boils down to the basics of sustainable tea. With over 11 years’ experience under our belts, and a passion for reducing our own carbon footprint, we thought we’d share our top 3 tips in choosing a sustainable tea supplier. …

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Working together to turn FOG into fuel

In the hot summer of 1858 human waste and effluent littered the banks of the River Thames causing what became known as the Great Stink. Parliament acted and Joseph Bazalgette was commissioned to design and build a sewer network in London. As any good civil engineer would, he created the spec for the sewer and, …

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Show the Love

By Jenny Wilson, Project Manager, The Climate Coalition The Climate Coalition’s annual Show the Love campaign is highlighting the impact that climate change is having on food crops within the UK. As vital leaders in the food industry we would love to get your involvement in the campaign. The Climate Coalition is a group of …

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