Easily integrate your restaurant's sustainability efforts and create a positive social story to share with your staff and your diners. Improve your customer engagement, your marketing and your environmental impact with Sustainability Run Restaurants.
This initiative allows you to become certified as a Sustainably Run Restaurant joining an illustrious list of the world’s finest, who together with their customers are helping improve restaurant sustainability.
Once certified you and your customers can plant a lifesaving tree in a developing country to help offset the environmental impact of the meal, while helping to positively impact poverty around the world.
This initiative has proven successful at elevating diner experience, improving restaurant reputations, their footfall performance and most importantly - making a difference to our society.
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In July 2012, Marco Pierre White’s Steakhouse Bar and Grill in Nottingham chose to demonstrate their CSR and passion for the environment, by becoming certified as a Sustainably Run Restaurant.
By being a member of Sustainably Run Restaurants, Marco Pierre White’s plants hundreds of trees each month on behalf of their diners, counterbalancing the negative environmental impact of their meals and helping to tackle poverty.
Because of this commitment Marco Pierre White restaurants have enjoyed enhanced CSR, great PR and increased customer loyalty, all at zero cost to Marco’s business.
Since achieving their Sustainably Run Restaurants certification Marco Pierre White’s have won a prestigious Green Apple Environmental award, which was presented at the Houses of Parliament.
Sustainably Run Restaurants will add £1.23 on to your diner's bill. This low addition guarantees the planting of a life-changing GiftTree in a developing country.
Your diners can choose to remove this from their bill should they wish and as a restaurant there is zero-cost for becoming a certified Sustainably Run Restaurant.
Due to the range of trees planted, communities can: