With mounting concerns regarding climate change and food scarcity, Sodexo is leading the way in sustainable, planet-friendly food with the launch of its 'Future 50 Foods.' The food services and facilities management company has partnered with Knorr Professionals, a food and beverage brand, and World Wildlife Fund-UK, a leading conservation organization, to serve sustainable, plant-based foods on a global scale.
The Future 50 Foods have been specifically chosen by a team of scientists, agricultural experts, and nutritionists for their flavor, health benefits, accessibility, and of course, their low carbon footprint. These foods have been paired together to create five delicious recipes that will be incorporated in 2,5000 kitchens across the United States.
Recipes for meals such as Vietnamese Ancient Grain Bites Plate, Ube Maitake Tartine, Ancient Grain Granola Bowl, Tuscan Chickpea, and Polenta and Rapini Bowl will allow consumers to "incorporate plant-based ingredients into their diets that support the ongoing bio-diversity of our food system and are readily available for purchase in most marketplaces."
Sodexo Launched the Sustainable 'Future 50 Foods' on a Global Scale
Grace Mahas — September 11, 2019 — Social Good
References: us.sodexo & prnewswire