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Canary Wharf has announced the launch of eco-dining Conscious Cuisine. The unique project in collaboration with numerous restaurants, offering innovative new dishes made from food that would otherwise have gone to waste.
Conscious Cuisine will see Hawksmoor, Humble Grape, Gaucho, Caravan and Pergola introduce the new dishes and drinks to their menu for a month, each with sustainability at its heart.
The aim of the project is to drive awareness about food waste and sustainability, with a new menu made from dishes that are carbon-neutral, and made from food that would have gone to waste. Even the cocktails are made thoughtfully to give back to the environment.
This project is part of Canary Wharf’s ongoing investment in sustainability where visitors are encouraged to live, eat and shop locally and sustainability through:
- Conscious Cuisine’s new menu
- Refillable water stations
- Transport links
- Extensive green spaces
- Plastic free lunch spots
Most recently, Canary Wharf has also announced its partnership with the Eden Project, acting as the project’s London base to tackle biodiversity challenges in urban environments.