Eat out to help out the planet: Majority of UK diners are willing to switch to sustainable dishes

Cecilia Keating
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There is growing appetite among UK diners for sustainable food, according to SRA | Credit: Chef Emad
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There is growing appetite among UK diners for sustainable food, according to SRA | Credit: Chef Emad

Concern about the environment among British diners has grown by nearly 40 per cent since the pandemic struck, according to fresh polling from the Sustainable Restaurant Association

The percentage of consumers concerned about the environment has increased since the onset of the coronavirus crisis and the majority of diners are now willing to swap their usual menu choices for more...

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