SRA reveals Food Made Good Awards 2016 shortlist

By Emma Eversham

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SRA reveals Food Made Good Awards 2016 shortlist

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River Cottage HQ, PizzaExpress and The Clink restaurant in Cardiff are among the companies making this year's Sustainable Restaurant Association's (SRA) Food Made Good Awards shortlist. 

The awards, previously known as the Sustainable Restaurant Awards, will be presented by the SRA’s President Raymond Blanc OBE, at Lindley Hall on 22 March.

As well as revealing award winners for each category Blanc will reveal the identity of his Sustainability Hero. 

SRA managing director Mark Linehan said the diversity of eateries on the shortlist, ranging from boutique hotels to chain restaurants and universities, reflected 'the positive changes the industry has made in recent years to meet the dining public’s ever increasing appetite for food that’s delicious, ethical and sustainable'.

"Now in their fifth year, albeit with a new name, the Food Made Good Awards recognise the incredible achievements of restaurants and the wider hospitality sector that few other awards do," he said. "With a transformation in diners’ attitudes towards food and how it is produced, we believe these awards reward the unsung heroes of hospitality who go way beyond just serving delicious food.”

Food Made Good Awards 2016 shortlist:  

Food Made Good Independent of the Year ​(Sponsored by Shaftesbury)  

  • Café-ODE, Ness Cove, Devon
  • The Captain’s Galley, Scrabster
  • Poco, Broadway Market, London 

Food Made Good Small Group of the Year

  • Daylesford, Gloucestershire and London
  • Hawksmoor, London and Manchester
  • Lussmanns Fish & Grill, Hertfordshire 

Food Made Good Large Group of the Year ​(Sponsored by Chapman Ventilation)

  • Boston Tea Party
  • Carlucccio’s
  • Geronimo Inns
  • Wahaca

Food Made Good Award for Environment ​(Sponsored by SWR)

  • The Bay Fish & Chips, Aberdeenshire
  • Arbor at The Green House Hotel, Bournemouth
  • Poco, Bristol

 Food Made Good Award for Society (​Sponsored by Nestlé Professional) 

  • Artizian Catering Services
  • The Brookwood Partnership
  • Gather & Gather
  • THE PIG Hotel, Brockenhurst, Hampshire 

Food Made Good Award for Sourcing ​(Sponsored by Reynolds)

  • Cafe ODE at Ness Cove and Gara Rock, both Devon
  • Poco, Bristol
  • River Cottage HQ 

Sustainable Innovation Award ​(Sponsored by Belu)  

  • Bio-bean
  • Foodspeed
  • Virgin Atlantic Airways

English Food Made Good Champion 2016 ​(sponsored by Eureka Executive)

  • Cafe-ODE Ness Cove, Devon
  • Daylesford, Gloucestershire and London
  • Poco, Broadway Market, London

Scottish Food Made Good Champion 2016 ​(sponsored by Eureka Executive)

  • The Bay Fish & Chips, Aberdeenshire
  • Cafe St Honoré, Edinburgh
  • The Captain’s Galley, Scrabster 

Welsh Food Made Good Champion 2016 ​(sponsored by Eureka Executive)

  • The Clink Restaurant at HMP Cardiff
  • The Gallery, Barry 

Irish Food Made Good Champion 2016 ​(sponsored by Eureka Executive)

  • Ashford Castle, County Mayo
  • KSG at University College Cork
  • The Lodge at Ashford Castle, County Mayo 

Food Made Good Caterer of the Year ​(sponsored by U-Select by PKL) 

  • Artizian Catering Services
  • Bartlett Mitchell
  • The Brookwood Partnership 

Best Food Waste Strategy​ (sponsored by Unilever Food Solutions) 

  • PizzaExpress
  • FoodInResidence, The University of Manchester
  • Vacherin 

Most Improved Sustainability​ (sponsored by Paper Round) 

  • The Brookwood Partnership
  • Gather & Gather
  • The Roebuck, London

International Food Made Good Champion 2016

  • Les Orangeries, France
  • Relæ, Denmark
  • The Lodge Verbier, Switzerland 

The People’s Favourite​ (sponsored by Independent on Sunday)

  • The Cafe in the Park, Rickmansworth
  • The Gallivant, Camber
  • Gillam’s Tearoom, Ulverston
  • Lussmanns Fish & Grill, St Albans
  • Yeo Valley HQ Canteen, Blagdon 

The Raymond Blanc Sustainability Hero Award

An award for an individual who has made an outstanding contribution to helping create a more responsible food industry.

Food Made Good University Champion ​(sponsored by TUCO)

  • University College Cork (KSG)
  • Durham University
  • Plymouth University 

Food Made Good Supplier of the Year ​(sponsored by Hospitality Action)

  • Delphis Eco
  • London Linen Group
  • Trenchmore Farm

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