The State of Restaurant Sustainability, 2018 Edition

Want to know what percentage of restaurateurs track food waste, recycle cardboard or use Energy Star-qualified fryers? This report provides the latest trends in environmental practices in the restaurant industry, along with consumer insights.

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Fats, Oils, Greases Toolkit

It should be obvious that you should never pour fats, oils and greases (FOG) down the drain, but do you know what your staff should do to properly dispose of FOG? Or, how much will a new grease interceptor cost you?

Download toolkit and protect your buildings pipes today.

Seven Tips to Start Donating Leftover Food

Many restaurant operators hate to throw away good food when they know thousands of people go hungry every day. With a record one in six Americans receiving food assistance, the need to tackle the challenge of food waste is urgent.

Download this two-page fact sheet and learn how to join the food donation movement.

A Guide to Reducing and Managing Litter

Litter can be a huge challenge, carrying a cost for businesses and the environment. The Foodservice Packaging Institute, Keep America Beautiful and the National Restaurant Association recognize that foodservice packaging is one part of the litter stream, and we’re pleased to partner on this guide to help foodservice operators prevent and reduce litter.

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Gauging the Restaurant Industry’s Interest in Sustainability

This report outlines results from a survey of more than 1,000 fullservice and quickservice operator respondents. It summarizes restaurateur efforts ranging from cardboard and paper recycling to conserving water and saving energy. The survey also asked restaurateurs about composting, food donation, and how they handle used fryer oil.

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Conserve Energy

The ENERGY STAR program helps restaurant and commercial kitchen operators save energy and money on utility bills by identifying more energy efficient equipment. Learn how from the Energy Star Guide for Cafes, Restaurants, and Institutional Kitchens.