National Parks Development Committee brings 'Sustainable Dining 101' webinar

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PASIG CITY, April 7 (PIA) -- The National Parks Development Committee (NPDC), in cooperation with the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) Philippines, brings its 18th episode of PARKonversations webinar featuring "Sustainable Dining 101."

Know more about Sustainable Dining 101 with WWF-Philippines Sustainable Business Officer, Ms. Iris Joy V. Brigo.

In celebration of Earth Day and Filipino Food Month, the webinar will take place today, April 7 at 6 p.m.

The webinar is on a first come, first served basis. First 100 registrants may register via Zoom thru https://bit.ly/3fttzbw

The sustainable dining movement is beginning to take roots in the country, as people are spending more and more time thinking about what they are buying and eating in an effort to be kinder to the planet. 

It has also been reported that restaurants across the world are now driving efforts to minimize their carbon footprint without compromising on ingredients, creativity or flavours, as part of a conscious and ethical movement that goes beyond cooking.

These establishments are starting to lead the way in minimizing food and packaging waste.

On the other hand, sustainability has become an important attribute for chefs who want to source the best ingredients and use ethical and environmental practices to boost nutritional value in their recipes.

From growing their own produce to managing packaging waste, even the smallest change is helping to continuously meet what their customers want. (PIA-NCR)



Source: Philippines Information Agency (pia.gov.ph)

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