With an aim to serve 5 million sustainable meals this year, the initiative is supported by top chefs from Terra Madre, Salted & Hung, Quick Greens, Burnt Ends and more

With over 2,000 participating venues around the world, Food Made Good’s global campaign is supported by 31 of The World’s 50 Best Restaurants, with more slated to be coming onboard.

Presented by HSBC, One Planet Plate aims to serve up 5 million more sustainable meals within this year, with local restaurants Salted & Hung, Terra Madre, Quick Greens, and Open Farm Community proudly backing the campaign on our island.

 

 

Extending the initiative to Singapore, One Planet Plate also supports the Singapore Green Plan 2030, to produce 30% of our nutritional needs locally and become a “Zero Waste Nation” by 2030.

 

 

Diners can supporters can easily find participating restaurants that match their budget, favourite cuisine, and location on the campaign’s dedicated website, featuring partners from fast-service eateries like Quick Greens, to Michelin-starred restaurants like Les Amis.

Enthusiasts can also find special sustainable recipes on the website, enabling home cooks to prepare their own world-class meals from scratch.

 

 

Enter here to watch a video of top chefs demonstrating how to prepare their special recipes. Highlights include Chef Gayatri Singh of Terra Madre with her Roasted Cauliflower Salad with Turmeric Cauliflower Sauce, Chef Angela May (Quick Greens) with her Laksa Lah Wrap, Chef Oliver Truesdale-Jutras’s (Open Farm Community) Grilled Eggplant Salad, and Chef Dave Pynt of Burnt Ends with his Leek, Hazelnut and Brown Butter.

 


For more information on the initiative, visit their website here.

If you’re looking to do your part for the planet and submit your own One Planet Plate recipe, you may submit your dish via their site or by emailing them here.