Search results ( 1-1 from 1 )

4 November 2015  

Guide helps consumers make sustainable choices when eating out

A new sustainable food movement, Food Made Good, allows consumers to consciously choose to eat out sustainably. The eco Diners Guide was created in response to the need for a method which allowed consumers to make conscientious choices when deciding where to eat out. The guide includes approximately 5,500 eateries across the globe, with the majority being located in the UK. Businesses who are working with the campaign receive a badge which they can then display on their premises.

Badges range from a simple badge, which demonstrates that the business is committed to becoming more sustainable and is on the process of getting a sustainability score or has scored up to 49% in the Food Made Good Sustainability rating, to a badge with a 3 star rating, which reflects that the business is committed to becoming more sustainable and has received an exceptional score of 70+% in the Food Made Good Sustainability rating. The ratings are based on how well the business performs under a number of key headings including: society, sourcing and the environment.

Food Made Good programmes are not just for restaurants and cafes, but are also relevant for universities, colleges, hotels, airlines, and contract caterers.

For more information, read the Guardian article.