Webinar on The Green Kitchen Standard as best practice guidelines in food provenance and environmental management in a catering operation.
Wed, 08 Nov 2017
The Green Kitchen Standard from the Soil Association and Carbon Trust provides best practice guidelines in food provenance and environmental management in a catering operation.
Launched in May 2017, this certification evaluates energy, waste and water efficiencies to ensure that catering businesses are supported to improve their environmental performance.
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The speaker for this webinar is Liz Harding-Wyatt, Green Kitchen Standard Award Manager with the Soil Association.
Following a degree in Environmental Management, Liz has worked for the Soil Association since 2007. Liz has worked in various roles, such as supporting businesses in gaining organic certification, working with school cooks to improve school lunchtimes, and is now the manager for the newly launched Green Kitchen Standard, a joint certification by Soil Association Certification and the Carbon Trust, which recognises caterers that have taken positive steps to sustainably manage energy, waste and water.
This partnership between Soil Association Certification and the Carbon Trust is an exciting opportunity to inspire businesses and caterers to improve their environmental performance and show a clear commitment to buying fresh, healthy, locally sourced, sustainable food and champion British producers.
Dr Peter Bonfield OBE, Non-Exec Director Defra Chairman – ‘Plan for Public Procurement: Food & Catering’ initiative