Going Green


Don’t Leave Going Green on the Backburner

Earth from Space

Going green isn’t just about swapping out those plastic bags for reusable ones or composting your banana peels instead of throwing them away. At the beginning of the green movement, a few people here and there concentrated on making small changes. Now, it’s grown into an enormous movement of groups and businesses doing everything they can to reduce their carbon footprint. Restaurants are among the many businesses making waves in the sustainability game.

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Eating Insects: The Most Eco-Friendly Meat

Posted on April 22, 2014
insect

While doing some research on our industry's impact on the environment we came across a really interesting study that suggests that the farming of insects would be a more sustainable and affordable form of eco-friendly meat production! Crazy right?

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Solar Power for the Commercial Kitchen

Posted on April 18, 2014
restaurant sunlight

With the rising cost of non-renewable fuels, it may be time to consider alternative methods to powering your kitchen. Solar kitchens around the world already run entirely off solar power, including one in India that can produce up to 38,500 meals a day using solar energy alone. Could this be a smart investment for your kitchen too?

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Creating an Eco-Restaurant

Posted on April 17, 2014
JG Domestic Restaurant

A July 2012 QSR Magazine article reported on a Subway franchise in Kokomo, Indiana that is so eco-friendly, it will pay for itself in two and a half years. This restaurant put a lot of planning, purchasing and effort towards electronic controls that include an HVAC system that can auto-detect occupancy levels and adjust the thermostat accordingly, programmable light switches and daylight sensors.

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Serving Sustainable Seafood in Your Restaurant

fishing boat

Over 70 percent of the world's fish supply is either over fished or wiped out. This staggering number will only get worse without proper attention, and the restaurant industry can help! Learn more about serving sustainable seafood in your restaurant here...

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