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In September 2018, King’s Food, King’s College London’s internal catering provider, opened a fully plant-based café in the newly refurbished Bush House.
Since joining the Sustainable Restaurant Association in 2016, King’s Food have gradually introduced sustainability initiatives into their business. They encouraged staff to think about sustainable practices, and to propose radical ideas to reduce their carbon footprint – and it was an idea from a staff member that led to the opening of the plant-based café.
The plant-based café has already brought a number of benefits to King’s. It makes plant-based food and drinks readily available, making it easy for everyone to make positive changes. It shows commitment to sustainability and has raised awareness of plant-based diets at King’s. Finally, it has enabled our chefs to change the way they think about food, and to challenge themselves and each other to develop new plant-based dishes that can be served at the University.
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