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Food Made Good around the world

Find out where Food Made Good is either live or in development and if there is an open opportunity to license for your country, city or state.

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Like Minds

We meet new people and organisations every day that are making a difference and helping to fix our food system. Use the tick boxes to search and find out more.



One Planet Plate

One Planet Plate is our global campaign that puts sustainability on the menu. Browse the “sustainability specials” of chefs from around the world or choose a dish that tackles a specific issue using the drop-down list.


Food Made Good Restaurant Members

Our chefs and restaurant members are the heartbeat of the network. Find a sustainable restaurant near you.


Reduce Single-Use

Who’s leading the way in keeping decreasing disposables and keeping plastics out of the oceans.


Reducing Our Foodprint

Who’s at the cutting edge of efforts to put the planetary health diet on the menu.


Our food system is under huge pressure and in urgent need of repair. Chefs and restaurants are in a unique position to change food culture and create delicious solutions that lead us in new directions.

Food Made Good is a unique program that puts chefs and restaurants at the heart of the conversation about the future of food.

It is a commercially successful and proven model of practical guidance and collaboration that helps food service rise to the sustainability challenge.

It has been delivered in the UK over the last decade by the Sustainable Restaurant Association, which today supports a community of 10,000+ member kitchens, influencing the sustainability of 1bn out of home meals a year. 

To see the programme in action, visit The SRA



Food Made Good is now available to licence worldwide.

Please find out more about the opportunity here or get in touch if you would like to bring Food Made Good to your country, city or state and join the sustainable food revolution



Fortnightly round-up of news from the world of sustainable food service, curated by Food Made Good Global.

Eat out to help out

Eat out to help out

Wednesday saw two big announcements for the hospitality sector in the UK. Firstly a cut in VAT from 20% to 5% on eat-in and takeaway food and non-alcoholic drinks, as well as the launch of a new scheme, 'Eat Out to Help Out'. Following similar initiatives launched in...

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Time to scrap service charge?

Time to scrap service charge?

Whilst devastating to see so many cafes and restaurants closed during lockdown, this time appears to have given some a new perspective on key parts of their business. Several UK restaurants have reopened with new pay rates and tipping processes. Whilst low pay is...

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