The following shows which smaller caterers have signed up to the Sustainable Fish City pledge for their fish buying, also promising to promote sustainable fish to their staff and customers.
Sarah Moore Artisan Caterers provides delicious foods based on ethical and sustainable practices and principles. Sarah Moore also runs a range of cookery classes.
Bite provide catering to a range of clients. Whether in large restaurants, quirky cafes or gourmet coffee bars, Bite believe that fresh is best. Bite are members of the Sustainable Restaurants Association.
Cookery School has already taught thousands of Londoners to make simple, modern and imaginative food. Cookery School and Rosalind’s Kitchen have both signed up to Sustainable Fish City.
Eden Caterers have been creating stylish, scrumptious and now sustainable food for over 15 years.
GetMoreFood is a social enterprise based in King’s Cross, London catering for a wide variety of events serving food cooked from French Breton and good old English recipes. The proprietor and chef, Jean-Pierre Paris, is a Breton who is passionate about good, simple food made with attention to seasonality, organic produce and traditional recipes. Profits are reinvested in educating people - old and young - about good food and nutrition.
The Good Eating Company provide food for some of the world’s most creative companies.
Greenwich Cooperative Development Agency (GCDA) is a successful social enterprise that has played a leading role in transforming food in the London Borough of Greenwich. The team work on a wide range of projects on community and enterprise development, food co-ops, and a Good Food Training programme for people in the catering profession, to improve skills for health and sustainability. GCDA also runs a social enterprise called Greenwich Kitchen Catering that provides healthy and sustainable food, and also kitchen space for hire to other enterprises.
As part of its commitment to social responsibility, GS Plus Catering Services has signed up to Sustainable Fish City. GS Plus provide nutritious meals to school pupils, staff and other customers as a means of promoting healthy living and wellbeing. As part of their Sustainable Fish City pledge, GS Plus are committing to the fish they use coming from sustainable sources. GS Plus Catering Services provide a daily service of 15,000 meals, in and around the London Borough of Greenwich, which is also a host borough for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. This includes: 10,000 primary school meals; 4,000 secondary school meals; 400 welfare meals; 600 nursery and early years meals; 350 special needs children meals [read more].
Lexington Catering provide food and drink for people at work – they are passionate about creating the best dining experiences for their customers and a highly valued catering management service to their clients. The company is committed to “continuously improve its environmental performance” and is already working on using a wide range of ethical ingredients. Sustainable fish is the next step in this important journey.
Party Ingredients are special-events caterers whose work ranges from State Banquets, award dinners, product launches, fashion shows, art exhibitions and all manner of gala celebrations in addition to their core business of private weddings and parties.
Squid and Pear is a family business run by epicurean sisters, Claire and Lisa. The company has a focus on sustainable food and are also members of the Sustainable Restaurant Association.
Vacherin is a sophisticated and high-quality in-house catering company that operates exclusively within the City and West End of London. The company is committed to "ensuring that we are continually improving our environmental performance."
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