Increasing numbers of businesses are coming together to urge global leaders to pursue economic recovery from the coronavirus crisis that advances a net zero economy. This is something close to our hearts at Food Made Good as we work towards launching Net Zero Restaurants this year. This sector initiative aims to make food service Net Zero by 2030, using the first Net Zero Restaurant Protocol to provide a peer approved calculation methodology, suggested mitigation activity and guidance on allocation of a variable diner compensation cost. We believe mechanisms such as this are essential if we’re to start to bring the carbon cost of food out of the shadows and make it visible to the diner. By doing so we can help create not just a net zero restaurant, but a net zero food system.