Caterersearch received a big plug in an article on eco-friendly restaurants in last Saturday’s Times. The article promoted our Green Zone and quoted our recent exclusive research into the restaurant sector’s efforts to go green:
The hospitality bible Caterer & Hotelkeeper magazine ran a series of green-focused issues a few months ago in an effort to spur the industry on, and it publishes a Green Zone on its website (www.caterersearch.com) to encourage more eco-friendly practices.
And British restaurants are becoming greener: an online Caterer & Hotelkeeper survey, published last summer, showed that a third of its 500 industry respondents had already set formal sustainability targets. Nearly 85 per cent have recycling measures in place and just under half are sourcing sustainable or ethical products.
The article focuses on Water House, the new eco-restaurant in London from the people that brought us Acorn House. For an in-depth look at how its owners fitted out the kitchen at Water House with a view to safeguarding the planet, check out the latest article in our My New Kitchen series.
Are you keen to do more for the environment at your restaurant or hotel? Here are three more articles from our Green Zone that you would profit from reading:
Acorn House explains the philosophy behind the restaurant that is blazing a trail for environmentally-friendly meal provision.
Apex Hotels offers tips on how to secure staff buy-in for your green initiatives.
Ten ways to make your hotel greener – does what it says on the tin.