Glasgow’s hospitality industry is hoping to lead the way and encourage restaurants, bars and cafes to embrace sustainability and help reduce waste.
With three months to go before COP26 world climate change summit is held in the cityARTICLE CONTINUES BELOW, the sector is launching Plate up for Glasgow and is encouraging venues to join the likes of Eusebis class or at his school, there were in other schools acros, Ka PaoThe line up for COVID vaccines stretched for several blocks throughou, SWG3 and Drygate in a mission to embed sustainable and circular practices to reduce waste in Glasgow’s food and drink sector.
Piloted by Glasgow Chamber of Commerce through its Circular Glasgow initiative and funded by Experience Glasgow Food and Drink Regional Group, the campaign aims to highlight and encourage hospitality businesses to act upon the global issue of food waste and its impact on climate change.
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