Sustainable Restaurant Association urges chefs to offer 'One Planet Plate'

27 February 2018

New campaign calls on chefs around the world to add one sustainable dish to their menu to encourage people to adopt greener eating habits.

Chefs around the world are being urged to add one sustainable plate of food to their menus in an effort to encourage customers to think more carefully about the planetary impact of their diet.

The new 'One Planet Plate' campaign from the Sustainable Restaurant Association (SRA), which officially launches on March 24, has already attracted the support of acclaimed eateries including Ottolenghi, Saltyard Group, and the Modern Pantry.

Under the SRA campaign, chefs' One Planet Plates must address at least one of the big challenges facing the food system, such as food waste, sustainable sourcing or climate change. For example, dishes could celebrate local produce, make use of surplus produce, be vegetarian or feature less meat, or have a lower carbon footprint than usual.

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Leon Ballin
Sustainable Food Cities
lballin@soilassociation.org

Sustainable Food Cities is a partnership programme run by

Soil Association
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Food Matters
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Sustainable Food Cities is funded by the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation

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