AccorHotels food waste drive sees 26 UK hotels gain onsite veg gardens

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Around 600 of company's hotels around the world now grow their own produce on site for use in its restaurants and bars as part of food waste drive

AccorHotels has now introduced urban vegetable gardens at 26 of its hotels across the UK where guests can enjoy food prepared using ingredients grown on the premises, the company has revealed. As part...

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