Gram announces launch of research for the fourth edition of the Gram Green Paper

GRAM HAS announced that research for the fourth edition of The Gram Green Paper (#GreenPaper2014) is underway - and now is the time for caterers to be part of this industry-leading piece of research.

Foodservice Footprint gram-green Gram announces launch of research for the fourth edition of the Gram Green Paper Brand News Foodservice News and Information Out of Home sector news  TUCO SRA NACC Gram Green Paper Gram Glenn Roberts FCSI

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Gram Green Paper provides a unique insight into sustainability within the out of home industry, and aims to share best practices across the sectors within the marketplace. The questionnaire gives caterers, operators, and industry professionals the opportunity to lend their voice to this leading piece of research. Observations and opinions taken from the questionnaire allow The Gram Green Paper 2014 to provide the most accurate and in depth assessment of sustainability within foodservice.

 

Whether you’re the owner of an independent café, a chef in a Michelin Star restaurant, manager in a business and industry contract caterer, or look after procurement for university catering, Gram welcomes your opinions and simply asks that you fill in a quick and simple online questionnaire HERE

 

Participants who complete the online questionnaire in full before 11:59pm on 20th December will be in with a chance of winning £400 worth of high street vouchers.*

 

Gram will continue to work with associations such as the Considerate Hoteliers, TUCO, FCSI, the NACC and the SRA to provide an extensive and representative view of green practices. Previous editions of The Green Paper have seen unprecedented response from the industry, taking ‘being green’ and ‘thinking green’ to another level.

 

The Gram Green Paper 2014 will take centre stage at next year’s Hotelympia in April, where it will be officially launched – a testament to just how well respected this piece of research is.

 

 

 

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