The Chef’s Roundtable: How can sustainable food help restore our ecosystems?
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05/06/2021

Ecosystem restoration at a global scale is important if we are to mitigate the extent of the ecological crisis that we are currently facing, and protect the biodiversity for future generations. But as we are battling the need to restore our ecosystems, sustainable food habits and zero-waste kitchens have taken over the chase to help […]

Ecosystem restoration at a global scale is important if we are to mitigate the extent of the ecological crisis that we are currently facing, and protect the biodiversity for future generations.

But as we are battling the need to restore our ecosystems, sustainable food habits and zero-waste kitchens have taken over the chase to help us repair the damage that’s already been done.

The COVID-19 pandemic has certainly made us rethink what we put on our plate. Now the biggest challenge remains, how can we use that intel to pave a path towards upcycling, recycling, and reusing food waste so it doesn’t add to the pile of the burgeoning landfills.

Here’s one such wholesome conversation with chefs from around the globe that will help you understand just how we can make a difference.

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