Food Waste In The Events Industry

Over the past year, sustainability has become top of mind for planners. And the events industry as a whole has doubled down on efforts to become greener. It’s up to us as an industry that tends to create so much waste to improve. Part of this sustainability trend also refers to food waste in the events industry. And this is an issue that doesn’t get addressed nearly as much as it should. So what can we, as event professionals, do to end this practice? How can we contribute towards a better world that uses food in a better, more sustainable way?

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Well, that’s exactly what we’re addressing on today’s episode of #EventIcons! Joining our incredible host Sarah Christl is none other than Kate Marchini from Replate. And Replate is all about “leveraging technology to match surplus food from businesses with communities in need”. This means Kate has quite a bit to teach us about battling food waste in the events industry. So press that play button and join us for another week of iconic conversations and advice!

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That’s a wrap on this week’s episode about food waste in the events industry!

Make sure you join us again next week for another iconic episode. In case you’re interested in virtual event content, click here to learn more while you wait for another #EventIcons!

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