Over 35 hospitality venues have partnered with ‘Plate up for Glasgow’ as part of an initiative tasked with addressing food waste, commencing 12 October.
On Tuesday (5 October), the campaign revealed the participating venues and began accepting bookings. According to ‘Plate up for Glasgow’, the initiative will allow diners to choose from a range of ‘sustainable’ dishes over the next month, with all vendors involved offering meals that showcase at least one of four of the following food... More
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