From back of house innovation to creative menu creation, the hospitality industry is making major progress towards a better food future.
Since 2012, the Food Made Good Awards have honoured these pioneers and trailblazers effecting positive change in kitchens across the foodservice sector. Winning one tells the world that your business excels in a key area of sustainability, and highlights your efforts to champion sustainable practices and policy.
As the issues in our food system become ever more pressing, so creativity abounds. Necessity really is the mother of invention and never has the planet needed creativity more urgently.
What are you waiting for? Tell us your ingredients for success, and take the first step to joining us on stage on October 1st 2018!
This year’s venue, FEST Camden, sits in the heart of Camden’s famous Stables Market. Complete with an expansive terrace perfect for mingling and alfresco dining, the Food Made Good Awards 2018 are set to be bigger, better and more progressive than ever before…
The Food Made Good Awards is relocating to London’s alternative Camden Town known for its weird and wonderful markets, punk music scene, and colourful street performers. In the heart of the retro Stables Market sits FEST Camden with an expansive terrace perfect for mingling and alfresco dining.
For six years we’ve been awarding those driving progress in hospitality, and each year gets better and better.
Get inspired by the stories that have helped our past winners onto the podium; maybe you can help to make 2018 the best year yet!
This year the judging process will be a little different, as we’re calling on the expertise of past winners, specialist partner organisations and our sponsors.
We are still recruiting! If you see yourself as an industry leading voice, and you’d like to have your say, we want to hear from you.
A Cardiff pizzeria that adorns its dishes with local ingredients and the joys of Slow Food, a Michelin Star restaurant in Yorkshire that grows much of its own produce, and a cult Soho diner which has guests queuing out the door and potential staff queuing to get in because of the great employment practices. Dusty Knuckle, The Black Swan at Oldstead and The Breakfast Club, Soho, three very different restaurants, all sharing a common ethos – to serve food that does good as well as taste good.
Which one will be the People’s Favourite 2018?
The Sustainable Restaurant Association was set up in 2010 to address the complex problems facing our food system, in a digestible and practical way. For the last seven years we have collaborated with chefs, restaurateurs, suppliers, diners and social changers to drive progressive change in the foodservice sector.
We help to make that happen by providing consultancy, training and industry leading benchmarking covering our three pillars of Sourcing, Society and Environment.
Over the last eight years we have built a community of passionate professionals and consumers, whilst our membership base has reached over 7,000 sites. We believe that every choice we make around the food we produce, cook, serve and eat is a vote for the food system that supports it. Join us today to help make a difference.
Interested in membership? Call 0203 903 2765 to find out more.