Sustainability in the gastronomy after the Covid-19

Food should not be a threat to sustainability, but a source of development.

MUST MEET FOLLOWING REQUIREMENTS:

Resources optimization

The optimization of resources is undoubtedly more important than ever. And in our case, we don't have to invent anything new either, we just have to get the most out of the tools we already have and that we sometimes forget.

REDUCTION OF WASTE

FAO estimates that each year, approximately one third of all food produced for human consumption in the world is lost or wasted.

PROFITABLE GASTRONOMIC

The optimization of resources in no case should affect the quality of our final product or our services.

Local product

The local product must be the protagonist of our return. Since This issue has been insisted on for a long time, but now with this new situation it is going to be a beneficial option for everyone.

FRESHER PRODUCTS

Global gastronomy, local product

TEMPORALITY AND ORIGIN

Global local product

Why season food?

Eating seasonal products is good for your health, your pocket and the environment. In addition to helping reduce CO2 emissions and supporting the sustainability of the earth, you consume products that have been picked at their optimum point of maturity at a fair price and that favors the local economy.

REDUCING CLIMATE FOOTPRINT

Our consumption habits affect directly to the environment where we live and to the planet in general. That is why it is important to minimize our ecological footprint and enjoy a healthier environment.

CLIMATE CHANGE

Global gastronomy, local product

FAO estimates that each year, approximately one third of all food produced for human consumption in the world is lost or wasted.

THE THREE R

An effective way to maintain balance and make your sustainability in our business, will be carrying out the method known with the three R

RESPONSABLE PURCHASES

Our responsibility is very important when it comes to preserving the resources and will also make us improve the management of our staff shop.

Iker Orueta, Ikaslan