Social responsibility at San Pellegrino Young Chef Awards

Social responsibility at San Pellegrino Young Chef Awards

Last week we were lucky enough to attend the latest of the Regional Finals for the San Pellegrino Young Chef Award where we’re thrilled to be judging the Social Responsibility award. This is designed to showcase those chefs who are demonstrating that food is...
14 cities commit to sustainable food policies

14 cities commit to sustainable food policies

Fourteen global cities have committed to the C40 Good Food Cities Declaration in order to promote and preserve the health of citizens and the planet. This focus by cities is a crucial part of moving towards more sustainable food systems, and it’s encouraging to...
Why healthy food should also sound tasty

Why healthy food should also sound tasty

Shifts in diets are needed from both climate and health perspectives. And the way we talk about food plays a crucial role in helping bring about these shifts. A recent study in the US found that consumers ate vegetables 29% more often when they had labels based on...
Who gets the money when you tip?

Who gets the money when you tip?

Tipping culture and policies differ hugely across the world, often confusing or unclear it can be a tricky area for both customers and business owners to navigate. This week the UK government announced plans to make sure bosses in restaurants and cafes hand over...
World’s 50 Best: most sustainable bar

World’s 50 Best: most sustainable bar

A popular bar is a busy place. Bars are fast-moving places where time never stands still – especially in a city as frenetic as Singapore. All the more impressive then that this year’s Worlds 50 Best Bars Sustainable Bar winner, as judged by Food Made Good Global, is...