IN THE PRESS
Sustainable dining: Hong Kong restaurants cut down on meat and food waste
– Hong Kong Living
Sustainability rating scheme encourages restaurants to source responsibly, treat staff and environment better
– South China Morning Post
UK Industry Sustainability Programme Food Made Good Launches In Hong Kong
– Green Queen
Food Made Good, the world’s largest sustainability programme for the food service sector, has just launched in Hong Kong. The programme focuses on influencing the sustainability of kitchens, from upping the number of low carbon, veg-led options on menus to reducing waste in operations.
FOOD MADE GOOD: SHAPING GREENER RESTAURANTS
– FOODIE MAGAZINE
GREEN VS GREENWASHING
– STYLE MAGAZINE SCMP
Sustainability in dining has become a philosophy and mantra passionately espoused by many in the restaurant industry in recent years, with places falling over themselves to proudly proclaim their sustainable sourcing or “farm-to-table” menu.