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Food Made Good Sustainability Pavilion at Natural and Organic Asia 2020

Food Made Good Sustainability Pavilion at Natural and Organic Asia 2020

UPDATE:In response to the continued travel restrictions brought upon by COVID-19, Natural & Organic Asia originally scheduled for 1 – 3 September 2020 will be postponed to 11 - 13 November 2020 at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC), Hong Kong....

Food Made Good Hong Kong’s Sustainability Training Programme

Food Made Good Hong Kong’s Sustainability Training Programme

We are delighted to share with you our brand new online training course in Food Sustainability. This course has been certified by the Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Certification Service, a UK accreditation institution. It runs for half a day virtually and...

廚師調查結果 – 植物性飲食會在香港成為新趨勢嗎?

廚師調查結果 – 植物性飲食會在香港成為新趨勢嗎?

By Jennie Wong 香港的肉類和海鮮消耗量是全球最高的之一。 然而,近年來植物性飲食似乎越來越流行。 Food Made Good HK 於2020年9月1日至30日透過LinkedIn和Food Made Good社區平台對24名香港廚師進行一項調查。 以下是我們的調查結果: 廚師支持在餐廳提供更多植物性食物。 為了保護環境和生態系統,廚師日漸意識到可持續飲食的重要性。 他們認同吃肉對環境會造成不利影響,少吃肉類則對身體帶來好處。 顧客對植物性食物的接受程度有待商榷。 廚師擔心顧客可能會因肉的份量減少而投訴。...

To eat or not to eat: 10 of the world’s most controversial foods

To eat or not to eat: 10 of the world’s most controversial foods

  Although it's definitely not exhaustive, this list of the world's 10 most controversial foods serves as a reminder that some of what we might consider daily staples, are actually having serious environmental and social consequences. Whilst we may be familiar...