Shane Osborn, president of Food Made Good Hong Kong. “The more people who come on board with Food Made Good Hong Kong, we can become more convincing as a collective,” the chef-owner of Arcane says. Photo: Edward Wong Shane Osborn, president of Food Made Good Hong Kong. “The more people who come on board with Food Made Good Hong Kong, we can become more convincing as a collective,” the chef-owner of Arcane says. Photo: Edward Wong
Shane Osborn, president of Food Made Good Hong Kong. “The more people who come on board with Food Made Good Hong Kong, we can become more convincing as a collective,” the chef-owner of Arcane says. Photo: Edward Wong

Sustainability rating scheme encourages restaurants to source responsibly, treat staff and environment better

  • A social enterprise awards stars based on how sustainable a restaurant’s practices are. Its founding members include fine-dining restaurants and a burger chain
  • Food Made Good Hong Kong aims to highlight examples of good practice. Its president, Shane Osborn, says: ‘The more we get on board, the more power we have’

Topic |   Sustainable Living
Shane Osborn, president of Food Made Good Hong Kong. “The more people who come on board with Food Made Good Hong Kong, we can become more convincing as a collective,” the chef-owner of Arcane says. Photo: Edward Wong Shane Osborn, president of Food Made Good Hong Kong. “The more people who come on board with Food Made Good Hong Kong, we can become more convincing as a collective,” the chef-owner of Arcane says. Photo: Edward Wong
Shane Osborn, president of Food Made Good Hong Kong. “The more people who come on board with Food Made Good Hong Kong, we can become more convincing as a collective,” the chef-owner of Arcane says. Photo: Edward Wong
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