Restaurants

How hospitality can reduce the impacts of seafood consumption

By Hayley Swanlund, Seafood Sustainability Officer, WWF-UK and Clarus Chu, Senior Policy Advisor (Production), WWF-UK The UK was once a net exporter of seafood, voyaging across oceans to catch our favourite fish such as cod. However, over the past few decades the UK has increasingly relied on seafood from overseas, becoming a net importer in …

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Tenth winner of global award makes waves with its sea pantry

And the winner is…Aponiente. Congratulations to Ángel León and his team at their restaurant near Cadiz for beating off stiff competition from more than 30 of The World’s 50 Best Restaurants, to win the Flor de Cana Sustainable Restaurant Award at this year’s celebration of the globe’s glitziest gastrodomes this year, hosted back in London …

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Groundswell: making the case for regenerative agriculture

By Louisa Dodd, SRA Senior Project Manager Who needs Glastonbury when you’ve got a supergroup of some of the biggest and best-known names in hospitality wanting to head to a festival and stand in a field talking about the mud itself?  We took a group of representatives of Food Made Good Rated businesses to Groundswell …

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Will you refuse refuse and only use #TheRightBin?

By Jack Feeny, No Mise En Plastic No Mise En Plastic (@no_mise_en_plastic) has launched an instagram campaign, to encourage restaurants to refuse, refuse bags and separate out their waste. We understand that 4-weeks of bin related content sounds pretty dry but the interviews, recipes and tips we have lined up might just be exciting, especially …

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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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How do Brighton chefs cook for the climate?

By Abi Englefield, One Planet Plate Campaign Manager Brighton is well known as a city which is sustainable and environmentally focused. As part of our One Planet Plate campaign, we sat down with the chefs from Lucky Beach and Purezza, two restaurants in the city that champion sustainability and talked to them about their One …

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Get your claws into sustainable seafood

By Jack Clarke, Sustainable Seafood Advocate, Marine Conservation Society We carried out some research recently that showed 40% of Brits would only try new types of seafood in a restaurant. Being part of SRA’s Food Made Good network, you play a hugely important role in encouraging diners to eat planet-friendly options that they might not …

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Are you serving one of London’s most climate friendly dishes

By Abi Englefield, One Planet Plate campaign manager This summer the capital’s set to celebrate London Climate Action Week (LCAW) and we want to help seven million Londoners use the power of their appetites wisely and need chefs to satisfy them. LCAW is the focal point for everyone working to lead the fight about against …

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IPCC Third Report: Key headlines and takeaways for the food sector

BY EMMA CARROLL-MONTEIL, SUSTAINABLE RESTAURANT ASSOCIATION Last week the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) published their third working group report Climate Change 2022: Mitigation of Climate Change. The three IPCC reports can be (very) briefly summarised as:   IPCC I: What’s causing climate change?   IPCC II: How bad is it?   IPCC III: What are we going to …

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