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Food Made Good Hong Kong launches!

Food Made Good Hong Kong launches!

With almost a decade’s experience delivering positive change across UK foodservice, the time felt ripe this year for us to extend our successful Food Made Good programme beyond these borders. The need for a common, accessible framework and organised network has never...

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One Whopper junior, hold the toy

One Whopper junior, hold the toy

When both Burger King and McDonald's announced earlier this year that they were scaling back or removing plastic toys from kids meals it was a win for the environment. Environmental arguments appeared to have succeeded much quicker that the argument that fast-food...

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Social responsibility in action in SPYC competition

Social responsibility in action in SPYC competition

Just over 60 miles west of Cumbria in the middle of the Irish Sea lies the Isle of Man, the only entire nation to be a member of the UNESCO world network of Biosphere Reserves. It’s this little–known fact that inspired a 27-year-old chef, with no formal training, to...

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Food Made Good UK Awards 2019

Food Made Good UK Awards 2019

Every year we are overwhelmed by the enthusiasm of our community to establish sustainable practice across hospitality, and this year’s impressive, innovative entries were no exception. From YO! ensuring that 100% of the seafood on its menu has a Marine Conservation...

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Eurostar’s new plastic-free train

Eurostar’s new plastic-free train

We're proud to share that UK members Eurostar - 25 years old this year - are speeding towards exemplary sustainability, running their first plastic-free train yesterday. They've also pledged to plant a tree for every departing train from next year. Having recently...

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Diet for healthy people, healthy planet too costly for some

Diet for healthy people, healthy planet too costly for some

Earlier this year, EAT-Lancet published the first scientific review of what constitutes a healthy diet from a sustainable food system. It recommended people double their intake of nuts, fruit, vegetables and legumes, and eat half as much meat and sugar to prevent...

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Au revoir foie gras: New York City bans sale of fois gras

Au revoir foie gras: New York City bans sale of fois gras

Many are happy to see the recently approved ban on the sale of foie gras in New York City, however as with almost any outright ban, it also has its critics; some chefs have called the ban short-sighted and ridiculous. The production of foie gras, which typically...

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