Using local and seasonal produce to support British business, reduce haulage costs and the environmental impact of transport
Increasing the proportion of veg-led dishes on your menu to combat environmental damage, and purchasing high welfare meat and dairy products.
Serving sustainably caught fish to ensure the future of fish stocks and marine environments.
Sourcing fairly traded produce to ensure farmers in the developing world have access to a trade system based on justice and fairness.
Providing equal opportunities, training and clear policies to keep employees happy and productive.
Engaging with the local community, with schools and charities to support the people supporting you.
Offering balanced menu options, reasonable portions and healthy cooking options to cater for customers’ needs.
Improving energy efficiency to save resources, protect the environment and managing water usage to save money and reduce environmental impact.
Managing what comes in and goes out of your business to reduce wastage and eliminate waste-to-landfill.
Monitoring, managing and innovating to reduce food waste.
Working out whether your business is leading or lagging when it comes to sustainability can seem like a pretty daunting task, but we’ve got just the ticket to get you started. Find out how ambitious you are when it comes to sustainability and how many of these 50 achievements you have already ticked off your to-do list.
As a collective, we have the power to create a better system; one that can sustainably support a healthier future for both people and planet. By becoming a member of the Food Made Good you’re joining a community of like-minded change-makers who are spearheading the movement.