For those in the restaurant industry, adding yet one more item to your “to-do” list can seem overwhelming if not impossible. Nevertheless, something has prompted you to consider the possibility of offering sustainable seafood. It could be your growing awareness that the marine life in the vastness of the oceans is not as limitless as once perceived. It could also be because of the increasing number of customers who want to know where and how their food is sourced. Newer generations are driven by a desire to live in such a way that supports both the environment as well as the businesses that are “sustainably” conscious.
As you’ll come to realize from the information shared in this whitepaper, offering sustainable seafood is an important part of that equation. Fortunately, implementing such a program is not as hard as it sounds. Many restaurants can begin the transfer to an environmentally conscious menu in as little as two weeks (depending on existing contractual or inventory commitments). The step-by-step process entailed here includes sources, cost, and restaurants that are making their mark as sustainable venues. So take a look at just what it means and why it is important to you and your customers as well as to the generations that will follow.
88 percent of Americans are willing to pay more for seafood that is certified as sustainably and responsibly sourced. Set yourself apart from your competitors and download our FREE white paper “Implementing a Sustainable Seafood Program” to learn more about the benefits of having such a program in your restaurant and how to implement it successfully.