Our official launch partner. Current projects include partnering on i) several Sustainability Breakfasts Series topics including Forestry, Sustainable Fish, and Oceans. ii) One Planet Plate – a campaign that allows restaurants to highlight their most sustainable dish by uploading a recipe to a global website, aiming to help diners choose more sustainable meals. iii) Earth Hour, introduced by WWF to Hong Kong in 2009, a global movement that calls for action on climate change with millions of participants every year and last but not least iv) in a city where seafood is such a big part of our diet, WWF-HK is instrumental in raising awareness on sustainable seafood; you can find their sustainable seafood guide here.
The World’s 50 Best Restaurants annually ranks the world’s 50 best restaurants and bars. Introduced in 2013, the Sustainable Restaurant Award through the Food Made Good programme recognises and rewards a restaurant within The World’s 50 Best Restaurants list that demonstrates the highest levels of environmental and social responsibility. Only restaurants in The World’s 50 Best Restaurants that complete the Food Made Good Sustainability Rating are considered for the award.
A constantly engaged talent platform that nurtures the future of gastronomy. In 2019, the S.Pellegrino Award for Social Responsibility was introduced, voted for by Food Made Good. This accolade has been assigned to the dishes that represent the principle that food is best when it is the result of sustainable practises. Rewarding those with novel approaches to sustainability, the judges for the Social Responsibility award looked at the impact of each dish in terms of climate change, biodiversity, food waste, resource use, nutrition, collaboration, advocacy and innovation.
Ellen Macarthur Foundation
“Food Made Good’s impact is not just in the way that it helps chefs operate more sustainably within their own restaurants, but also in the way that they act as ambassadors and advocates, demonstrating what’s possible and influencing their staff, peers and customers.” Nick Jeffries
“The problems facing our food system are urgent and complex. The choices we make around the food we grow, cook, serve and eat have enormous consequences for the natural world. All those involved in serving food to the public therefore have a huge opportunity to make a positive difference. Food Made Good is a fantastic vehicle for helping us move towards a better food future by bringing the industry together, challenging it to do more and sharing inspiring successes.” Paul Newnham, Director of SDG2 Advocacy Hub
What does a sustainable food system look like for HK?
Excited to share that we are one of 79 Semi-Finalist Visionaries in the #FoodVision2050 Prize. Check out our Vision and the rest of the amazing Visions from around the world: http://bit.ly/2VhY0Yc