Green Seal To Certify Restaurants and Foodservice

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Although you’re probably more worried about the safety or quality of the actual food, there’s now a certification available to restaurants and other businesses in the food service industry that can assure minimal environmental impacts.Green Seal CertificationAlthough you’re probably more worried about the safety or quality of the actual food, there’s now a certification available to restaurants and other businesses in the food service industry that can assure minimal environmental impacts. The Green Seal certification depends on research that’s been done on the food’s life-cycle, and things like energy and water use and waste. The certification is meant to inform restaurant-goers or shoppers about eating food that has the smallest environmental impact and although we don’t yet have something similar on packages in the grocery store, it’s likely to be around the corner soon.

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