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So you want to start recycling, but you don’t have a clue how to start.
Earlier, we suggested recycling your back-of-the-house cardboard as an easy first step. If you’re ready to take it further, consider the five steps outlined in a new Foodservice Packaging Recovery Toolkit from the Foodservice Packaging Institute and the National Restaurant Association.[…] Continue Reading »
To help them better understand the industry landscape, we search for interesting topics that engage and educate. This year, one of those is the sourcing of sustainable and locally produced beef.
It’s a topic that’s extremely popular with both chefs and consumers.[…] Continue Reading »
If you’re getting ready to clean your kitchen, you’re probably ready to break out the bottle of brightly covered liquid stored in the utility area.
Do you ever wonder exactly what’s in that bottle? If it’s an eco-friendly cleaner, the package, which usually has a bunch of logos on it and friendly looking bunnies and leaves, typically claims: “This cleaner is greener, safer for the environment, or is concentrated to use less packaging.” It’s an example of what is called “environmentally responsible chemistry,” but what does that mean anyway?[…] Continue Reading »