Restaurant Show to debate sustainable kitchens


A Business Bootcamp at October’s The Restaurant Show will include a discussion on sustainable kitchens.

The conference session, entitled how to make your professional kitchen as sustainable as possible, will be presented by Mike Mellor from Space Catering and Mark Linehan from Sustainable Restaurant Association.

The discussion is included in a programme that includes:

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• Engaging your staff – Phil Halpin from Gordon Ramsay, Robert Holland from Wolseley and Martin Williams from Gaucho
• How to reduce the environmental impact of your restaurant – Tom Hunt ‘eco-chef’ and food activist Poco Bristol
• Street Food – Richard Johnson, author and broadcaster, founder of the British Street Food Awards, Scott Collins, co-owner of MeatLiquor and Petra Barran, founder of Eat Street
• Awards and Accolades – Tom Kerridge, chef-owner of The Hand & Flowers, Marlow, Elizabeth Carter, consultant editor of The Good Food Guide and Peter Gilmore, executive chef of Quay, Sydney
• The Nespresso Experience – improve your coffee knowledge and enhance your business
• Consumers Trends Workshops – how diners are making decisions online with panellists from Trip Adviser, Amex, Yelp and OpenTable
• Nurturing the talent of the future with Marcus Weedon of Carluccio’s

The Restaurant Show takes place at Earls Court from October 8-10. The highlight of the show for catering equipment professionals is on October 9, when the industry will gather at One Mayfair for the spectacular Catering Insight Hot 100 party.


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