British catering equipment manufacturer Induced Energy has been approved to become a member of the Sustainable Restaurant Association (SRA) as a ‘food made good’ listed supplier.
The Northamptonshire-based outfit, which specialises in induction cooking technology, said it was a “tough process” to get through, but that the listing reinforced the credibility and visibility of its products.
“We are always developing our offering and finding new ways to manufacture excellence into every unit and system we sell – it’s recognition and acknowledgement like this that makes all the hard work worthwhile,” said sales director Nic Banner. “What’s sweeter is that we are the only induction manufacturer to be an approved to date as a ‘food made good’ listed supplier.”
The Sustainable Restaurant Association is founded as a not-for-profit organisation by Giles Gibbons, Simon Heppner, and two restaurant owners, Henry Dimbleby MBE, co-Founder of Leon and Mark Sainsbury, founder of Moro, The Zetter Group & Grainstore.
The SRA created a unique framework to simplify the complexity of sustainability for the industry.