Striving to become the most sustainable catering company possible, with help from ReLondon
We’re delighted to have been awarded a grant from ReLondon to help us pilot a new circular economy initiative for our business. Thanks to ReLondon and the Mayor of London’s Green New Deal fund, we’re one of 33 businesses to have been awarded funding.
With our grant we intend to pilot Zero Waste menu initiatives and invest in equipment that will help us contribute to the sustainable and circular practices already in place within our hospitality process. Our aim is to become one of the most sustainable boutique caterers in the market, showcasing methods and practises that demonstrate real change in hospitality.
As a business we already have many sustainable practices in place. From food waste reduction to recycling, use of green energy and innovation in the kitchen. Our recipes focus on surplus ingredients through to working with artisan and ethical suppliers. However, we believe we can, and should go further. The grant will give us funds to invest in state of the art technology that will help monitor and hopefully eliminate our food waste, improve our cooking practises, improve our supplier list, and reduce our carbon footprint.
We intend for our chefs to work with specific suppliers to develop menus that takes seasonal produce, and surplus ingredients into consideration. Focusing on showcasing techniques, suppliers, and ingredients.
We see the addition of zero waste menus, and new technology as the next stepping stone for our business, and we are now one step closer to achieving our goal.
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