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A campaign by 23red
Behaviour change agency, 23red, worked with sustainability experts WRAP, to develop and launch Stand Up For Food month; - a dedicated month of action within the Guardians of Grub campaign to help reduce the amount of food wasted within the UK hospitality sector.
Throughout September, the UK’s busiest bars, pubs, restaurants, hotels, cafes, and catering companies were encouraged to ‘Target, Measure and Act’ on food waste.
The UK Hospitality and Food Service industry (HaFS) throws away one million tonnes of food per year.
The Stand Up For Food campaign aims to combat this by aiding behavioural change at scale. It is encouraging the sector to measure food waste to find out where and why it occurs, so that simple prevention tactics can be introduced.
The initiative is supported by the Government’s Food Surplus & Waste Champion, Ben Elliot, and well-known chefs including Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, Skye Gyngell, Adam Handling, Ken Hom, Melissa Hemsley, Thomasina Miers, and major trade bodies.
The campaign has been launched to coincide with Stand Up For Food month.
WRAP has worked directly with leading hospitality businesses to introduce the resources; including Apetito, Bartlett Mitchell, BaxterStorey, Bidfood, Castell Howell, Casual Dining Group, Compass Group UK & Ireland, Deliveroo, Greene King, Lexington Catering, OCS, Olympia London, Pizza Hut Restaurants, and Unilever Food Solutions..
The behavioural change-based strategy targets distinct audiences to help raise awareness and achieve this goal:
- Those who own or are employed by a business that serves food: to lead from a senior management position and direct behaviour change internally.
- Sector bodies and industry influencers, including: the British Beer and Pub Association, British Institute of Innkeeping, British Water, the Institute of Hospitality, the Royal Academy of Culinary Arts, the Sustainable Restaurant Association, and Too Good To Go
- Ambassadors, such as Ben Elliot, government Food Waste Champion and Co-Founder of the Quintessentially Group.
Eleanor Morris, Specialist Advisor, Hospitality and Food Service at WRAP, said: “The sector throws one million tonnes of food away every year costing a staggering £2.9 billion to our industry. 75% of food waste last year could have been eaten. Given the wider environmental issues the world is facing today, it is crucial not just from a financial perspective, but for global environmental health that we do everything we can to prevent waste. We need to get the industry onside to do this and achieve our 2025 target.”
Sadie Westwood, Business Director at 23red, said: “Many sectors are waking up to the things they can do to help reduce waste and protect the planet. Our aim with The Guardians of Grub campaign is to ensure awareness is high within the industry and to provide clear and simple instructions that can be followed easily, giving it the best chance to create long lasting behaviour change and work towards WRAP’s Courtauld Commitment 2025 target.”
|Title/Project||Stand Up For Food|
|Agency contact||Sadie Westwood|
|Agency contact job title||Business Director|
|Art director||Daryll Arthur|
|Planner/CSU Director||Kate Brennan-Rhodes|
|Photographer's agency||Peter Bailey|
|Production Company||Peter Bailey|
|Media agency||December 19|
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