Restaurang Långbro värdshus and Nationalmuseum begins collaboration with Generation Waste
We are pleased to announce that Restaurang Långbro värdshus and Nationalmuseum are starting a collaboration with Generation Waste. They start weighing their food waste with the Generation Waste measuring tool in September and are thus taking their sustainability work to new heights.
Fredrik Eriksson, Restaurang Långbro värdshus and National Museum, that says it all. Who does not love a place that offers meetings of both classic and modern flavours, delicious food prepared with the best possible ingredients the season can offer?
Fredrik Eriksson's passion is to preserve Swedish food and to create tasty food for everyone. His specialty is cooking tasty food from scratch based on Swedish food traditions. Fredrik is a gastronomic advisor for the Nobel Foundation's Nobel Dinner in Stockholm City Hall. Over the years, Fredrik has inspired Sweden with many cookbooks.
Most recently, he was the co-author of the book Nobelfesten - new recipes and classic menus, which was named the world's best cookbook by the Gourmand Awards 2017. Sustainability is high on Fredrik's agenda, and he constantly strives to improve meal work. We are incredibly grateful that Fredrik Eriksson chose Generation Waste to reduce food waste in his restaurants.
With the Generation Waste measuring tool, the chefs record all food that must be thrown away, both in serving and in the kitchen. Registration takes place smoothly via a computer, iPad, or smartphone. Via our web portal, both managers and chefs get access to daily statistics. Through this, the opportunity is created to take control over both the environmental work and the economy.