Event to help hotels improve F&B sustainability

By Carina Perkins contact

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The event will help hotels tackle sustainbility challenges such as reducing food waste
The event will help hotels tackle sustainbility challenges such as reducing food waste
The Considerate Hoteliers and the Sustainable Restaurant Association (SRA) are hosting a free event to help hotels tackle sustainability challenges such as reducing food waste, cutting energy bills and sourcing local food.

'Five Star Values: Sustainability in Hotel Dining' will take place at the Park Plaza Westminster Bridge on 17 July.

Erick Kervaon, general manager of the Bingham in Richmond, and Stephen Rey, executive chef of Lancaster London will speak about the potential gains from applying sustainable practices to the food and beverage side of the business, while Malcolm Hannah, technical director of the National Energy Federation, will offer energy saving tips and charity Plan Zheroes will give advice for hotels seeking to donate surplus food.

Mark Linehan, managing director of the SRA, said: “We know from our experience of working with restaurants and food service businesses across the spectrum, that each sector has its own needs and challenges.

“We are working with an increasing number of hotel restaurants who are responding to consumer demand and putting sustainability at the very heart of their business. This seminar will demonstrate the recipe for success.”

To sign up for the seminar register at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/five-star-values-sustainability-in-hotel-dining-tickets-11930659925

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