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Mar 19, 2015

Food For Life Catering Mark

BIAZA collections can win recognition for their efforts towards sustainable catering.

The Food For Life Catering Mark provides an independent endorsement that food providers are taking steps to improve the food they serve, using fresh ingredients which are better for animal welfare and sustainability, and comply with national nutrition standards. 

This presentation was recently presented to BIAZA’s Environmental Sustainability and Climate Change Group by Katrina Kollegaeva from the Soil Association. There is more information here.

If any collections may be interested in getting involved in this scheme, then do get in touch with your most local scheme representative directly:
Hannah Caswell, South West and Wales: 07917 230 120 [email protected]
David Persaud, Midlands: 07717 712 137 [email protected]
Caron Longden, North: 07500 874 048 [email protected]
Katrina Kollegaeva, London and South East/East: 07919 216 250 [email protected]

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