by Cafe St Honoré

On Tuesday 25th June we hosted a lunch to launch Food Made Good's One Planet Plate campaign in Edinburgh.

The campaign encourages restaurants to highlight dishes on their menus that address problems in the food system and gives chefs the opportunity to demonstrate to diners how they’re contributing to a better food future. Criteria for a One Planet Plate dish includes using more veg, no waste, a low carbon footprint, celebrating local ingredients, sourcing fish sustainably and using better meat. 

Our chef director Neil Forbes, said: “One Planet Plate is a great opportunity to highlight how the restaurant industry can make big differences by being more sustainable. Making a few small changes can have a huge impact on future generations. I encourage others to follow the One Planet Plate ethos and together we can strive for a more sustainable future.”

Visit the One Planet Plate website to discover sustainable recipes from restaurants across the globe, including Neil Forbes' recipe for mussels, with shallots, garlic, cream and tarragon.