SRA reveals the shortlist for 2017 Food Made Good awards

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SRA reveals shortlist for 2017 Food Made Good awards

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Gourmet Goat, Pizza Hut, Petersham Nurseries, boutique Sussex hotel The Gallivant and Jamie’s Italian are among the list of restaurants and companies making up this year’s Sustainable Restaurant Association’s (SRA) Food Made Good Awards shortlist.

SRA President Raymond Blanc and Vice President Prue Leith will present the 2017 Food Made Good Awards at a special ceremony on 5 October at the Royal Horticultural Society’s Lindley Hall.

The awards will recognise restaurants and foodservice businesses whose accomplishments in the last year have driven progress in the industry and are run ethically and sustainably.

There are a number of new categories for 2017, including the Good To Go award, which will be presented in partnership with Just Eat. There is also a new award for new businesses; the Open Right award will be presented to a business which has opened a site in the last 18 months with sustainability built in.

Raymond Blanc, who is also curating the lunch at the awards ceremony, says: “The Food Made Good Awards are so critical, recognising the work and commitment of individuals and organisations responsible for bringing new ethics to our food production, and sharing those values in our kitchens and with consumers.” 

Food Made Good Awards 2017 shortlist in full:

Support Global Farmers​: (sponsored by Pukka Herbs)

Bartlett Mitchell

Plymouth University

The Breakfast Club

 

Value Natural Resources​: (sponsored by Belu)

Les Orangeries, Lussac Les Chateaux

Pizza Hut, national

Sheffield Hallam University

 

Treat Staff Fairly​: (sponsored by Freedom Brewery)

Pizza Hut

Sheffield Hallam University

The Breakfast Club, national

 

Feed People Well​: (sponsored by Organix)

Artizian Catering Services

Cardiff Metropolitan University

Jamie’s Italian, national

 

Celebrate Local​:

Bangkok Kitchen, Gloucester

Food in Residence, University of Manchester

The Gallivant, Camber

 

Source Fish Responsibly​: (sponsored by Direct Seafoods)

Kingfisher Fish and Chips, Plymouth

London School of Economics

The Bay Fish & Chips, Stonehaven

  

Serve More Veg and Better Meat​:

Lussmanns Fish & Grill, Hertfordshire

Petersham Nurseries, London

Poco, Bristol

 

Reduce Reuse Recycle​: (sponsored by Paper Round)

Costa, national

Relae, Copenhagen

Thali Café, Bristol and Oxford

 

Waste No Food​: (sponsored by Unilever Food Solutions)

Gourmet Goat, London

Pizza Hut, national

Poco, Bristol

 

Support The Community​: (sponsored by PKL)

Friends House Restaurant, London

Friska, Bristol, Luton, Manchester

The Wheatsheaf, Chilton Foliat

 

People’s Favourite Restaurant​:

Harissa, Newcastle

Lucky Beach, Brighton

Petersham Nurseries, London

The Gate, London

 

Food Made Good Supplier of the Year

Select Butchery

Vegware

Yealands

 

Food Made Good Champion 2017​:  (sponsored by Eureka Search & Selection)

Bangkok Canteen, Gloucester

Oxo Tower Restaurant Brasserie and Bar, London

Plymouth University

Yurt Lush, Bristol

The following awards, for which there is no shortlist, will be also presented on 5 October:

Good to Go Award ​(in partnership with Just Eat)

Open Right Award​ (sponsored by Shaftesbury plc)

Raymond Blanc Sustainability Hero

Food Made Good Business of the Year

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