Gram calls for industry contribution into sustainability in foodservice

10 December 2013 by
Gram calls for industry contribution into sustainability in foodservice

Gram have announced that research for the fourth edition of The Gram Green Paper (#GreenPaper2014) is underway - and are calling on caterers to be part of the research.

The Gram Green Paper aims to provide a unique insight into sustainability within the out of home industry, and share best practice across all sectors. The questionnaire gives caterers, operators, and industry professionals the opportunity to add their voice to the research findings.

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.

Gram welcomes your opinions and asks that you fill in a quick and simple online questionnaire at

Participants who complete the online questionnaire in full before 11:59pm on 20 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, FSCI, 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 results of the Gram Green Paper 2014 will be revealed at Hotelympia 2014.

\* Terms and Conditions can be found here

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