Whatever your role in the foodservice sector, you have the power to make positive change and whatever drives your desire to move your business forward we’re here to help you reach those goals.


Our framework provides a straightforward and practical means for any foodservice business to identify the ten key sustainability focus areas. Our Sustainability Rating assesses your business against these ten areas, under the three pillars of Sourcing, Environment and Society. Complete this comprehensive assessment online and we’ll highlight your current areas of excellence and shed light on the areas in which you can improve.

Score over 50% in the rating and stars could be shining bright on your menu or in your window. More than 60% will see you boast two stars and exceed 70% and you’ll achieve the highest possible three star rating. If you excel in one or more of our Food Made Good UK key areas, you’ll be invited to enter our Food Made Good UK Awards along with other leaders in the industry.

We’ll provide you with a detailed report based on your priorities and the opportunity areas identified in your Sustainability Rating, which will help record and track improvements year on year. Membership will also connect you to our online community; a bustling hub of collaboration and idea-sharing to help you find the solutions you need. Our busy annual calendar of events also provides a platform to meet (and sometimes eat), learn and inspire.

Transparent pricing
Membership starts from less than a portion of fish and chips a week, or £495 a year for a single site, increasing £50 per site.

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Supporting every foodservice business is a host of suppliers, from fishmongers to food waste contractors, who have a product or service that can provide the solutions that our member businesses are looking for.

Our online community hub is a space to interact, learn and ask questions. It gives you a chance to meet members from over 7000 sites, create meaningful relationships and build solutions together. This is supported by our monthly member meetups, which take place at Food Made Good UK pub members and other informal locations. Bringing together around twenty Food Made Good UK members and Food Made Good UK staff, we chat about hot topics in sustainability, challenges, success stories and (almost) anything else.

Membership will enable you to build a network that helps grow your business, whilst meeting the needs of food service members. This is an opportunity to create change and drive industry action in the area where you are providing solutions.

Membership will also give you the opportunity to speak at events, provide insight at regular roundtables and panels and contribute to our annual campaigns. Talk to us about partnering with the Food Made Good Awards UK to help raise your profile and engage with the best in the industry.

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