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Tireless attention to detail gifts OCD MENA award

By Tom Tanner, Sustainable Restaurant Association While the food at OCD does plenty of talking itself, the team at the Tel Aviv restaurant are so proud of what they’re doing they love communicating directly with their customers. And, when you’re leading the pack in the race to serve food that tastes amazing and is doing …

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Pioneers of Hong Kong hospitality reap rewards

By Belinda Ng, Food Made Good Hong Kong An environmentally friendly ‘coffee laundry’ and a food hall on a mission to remove all single-use packaging were among the winners at the third Food Made Good Hong Kong Awards. The ten award categories at the event to celebrate the most outstanding efforts and best practices of …

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Food Made Good Japan Awards help spread the global food sustainability movement

By Food Made Good Japan On 14th November 2022, the Food Made Good Japan Awards 2022 were held in Tokyo organised by the Sustainable Restaurant Association Japan (SRA-J). The award ceremony sponsored by Mitsubishi Estate was held in-person at 3x3Lab Future and shown online. Five of the SRA-J member restaurants were recognised for their outstanding …

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Give your team freedom to make things Peachy

By Tom Tanner, Sustainable Restaurant Association In March, we had the pleasure of judging the sustainability category at the Publican Awards. On the shortlist, Revolution Bar Group and the Peach Pub Company. To be fair, the latter were very worthy winners. Perhaps it was a slight case of sustainability envy that drove Revolution to purchase …

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Kent caterer fusing West African roots with local larder gems

By Winnie Adeyemi, Director, AFRICA: Seen & Heard Throughout Black History Month 2022, the theme for which is Time for Change: Action not Words, AFRICA: Seen & Heard and the Sustainable Restaurant Association have gathered the stories of Black-British foodservice providers across the country. Reducing and repurposing food waste, ensuring carbon neutrality and feeding communities …

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Waste busting chutneys and well-sourced fish bring healthy taste of Seychelles to East London

By Winnie Adeyemi, Director, AFRICA: Seen & Heard Throughout Black History Month 2022, the theme for which is Time for Change: Action not Words, AFRICA: Seen & Heard and the Sustainable Restaurant Association have gathered the stories of Black-British foodservice providers across the country. Reducing and repurposing food waste, ensuring carbon neutrality and feeding communities …

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Conquer your fears about farmed fish

By Lorraine Gallagher, Market Development Manager, UK and Ireland, Aquaculture Stewardship Council With Hallowe’en just around the corner, it’s our seasonal mission here at the Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC) to help hospitality professionals overcome their fears and misconceptions about farmed fish.   Whilst aquaculture – the practice of seafood farming – has unfortunately suffered from …

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Award-winning young chefs shaping our food future

By Tom Tanner, Sustainable Restaurant Association Since 2010 San Pellegrino has been promoting a global talent platform for chefs under the age of 30, in the shape of its Young Chef Academy. We’re thrilled that for the second time we’re judging submissions for the Social Responsibility Award, having devised the criteria in 2019 for the …

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Support farmed fish campaign to put an end to stunning silence

By Amro Hussain, Senior Public Affairs Lead at The Humane League UK Problem Animal welfare is a cause close to the hearts of many members of the British public. According to research by the Food Ethics Council, 73% of us support high animal welfare standards. This can be doubly the case for those in hospitality, …

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Black history provides a taste of centuries of food made good

By Winifred Adeyemi, Director, AFRICA: Seen & Heard The UK’s Black History Month (1st – 31st October 2022) remembers and celebrates people of African heritage and their history around the world. Black food cultures, heritage and culinary traditions are as diverse and numerous as each unique ethnicity, community and nation across the global African diaspora. …

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