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Sarah Moore, GreenCook food waste ambassador

Sarah Moore, GreenCook food waste ambassadorSarah Moore is a member of the GreenCook Ambassadors network of food professionals, coordinated in the UK by Ethical Eats. The Ambassadors have a wealth of knowledge about the industry and how to create more sustainable dishes and help curb food waste. They explore in practice some of the findings of the tools and research developed by the transnational GreenCook project.

Sarah Moore has been a London based caterer for over 20 years. She ran the restaurant at world famous Air Studios for 12 years, whilst catering to prestigious clients such as the American Embassy.

From 2006 Sarah changed her business model to embrace sustainable and ethical practice which includes organising cultural and educational food projects, working with partner such as Southbank Centre, Southwark Council and City of London.

Reducing food waste has been a key objective both within her business and as an educational mission, including as part of her work as a GreenCook food waste ambassador. In September 2013 she will undertake an MA in the Anthropology of Food at The University of London.

Find out more about Sarah Moore's artisan catering business at: and read her blog 'Mudpies and Minestrone' at:

To find out more about the GreenCook Ambassadors,

Photo: Adela Nistora,

Sarah's focus as part of the GreenCook Food Waste Ambassadors network: Sustainable catering

Ethical Eats: Ethical Eats ran a network of London restaurants and catering businesses that care about sustainability.

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