Sustainable Restaurant Association

  • Is the SRA waste initiative failing?

    THE SUSTAINABLE RESTAURANT Association (SRA) has issued a last call for businesses to get behind its FoodSave programme, which aims to reduce food waste in the Capital.                     With just four… Read More

  • Transparency: SRA rating for cafés must be closely scrutinised

    A NEW sustainability rating scheme for cafés could work, says Wolfgang Weinmann, but it needs to be scrutinised.                   The UK loves coffee. By the end of 2013 there were 16,501 coffee… Read More

  • Hospitality industry ‘worst waste offenders’

    ACCORDING TO NEW research, up to 50% of bars and restaurants in the UK could be failing to properly recycle their waste.   Research carried out by waste management service provider, shows that restaurants, bars and nightclubs are the… Read More

  • Diners willing to pay more for sustainability

    A NEW REPORT from the Sustainable Restaurant Association (SRA) states that more than half of UK diners are willing to pay more for sustainably sourced ingredients.   It also showed that consumers are more interested than ever in how restaurants… Read More

  • Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall backs new food alliance

    HUGH FEARNLEY-WHITTINGSTALL and a number of key national organisations from health, environment, social justice, animal welfare, development, faith and consumer sectors have launched a new alliance to promote the idea that eating ‘less and better’ meat is fairer, greener and… Read More

  • Sustainable plane food

    AIRLINES ARE not often synonymous with sustainability, but Virgin Atlantic Airways has just become the first to agree to have its food operations assessed.                       The Sustainable Restaurants Association (SRA)… Read More