To ensure healthy and high-quality food for the film crew, while minimizing waste production.
Avoid plastic bottles at all cost and choose one of the following combinations:
- Use tap water if available,
- Use water coolers,
- Use reusable containers (flasks, glasses, cups),
- Use compostable cups; their prices are similar to the plastic version.
- Ask the canteen service not to use individual paper or plastic lunchboxes; instead order a self-service arrangement.
- Choose reusable and/or compostable crockery and cutlery; specify this in the contract with the canteen service.
- Choose a canteen that has initiated a sustainable procedure, requesting as a minimum fresh, local and seasonal produce, which is often tastier and cheaper.
- Make use of organic food trucks and think about vegetarian meals.
- Buy fresh, local and seasonal produce (fruit, vegetables, confectionery, cakes, etc.).
- Preferably choose organic and/or fairtrade produce (coffee, tea, fruit and vegetables, biscuits, etc.).
- Avoid “bad sugars”: offer natural drinks to replace fizzy drinks and dried fruit (almonds, hazelnuts, walnuts, apricots, figs, etc.) to keep the crew’s energy levels up in a healthy manner (preferably organic).
- Biorganic Factory : https://www.biorganic.bio/en-gb/home
- Manu Cuisine : https://www.letabledhotes.be/site/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=1&Itemid=101
- Milan La Roche : firstname.lastname@example.org
- Food trucks : www.belgianfoodtruckassociation.org
- A toutes faims utiles : https://www.atoutesfaimsutiles.com/
- à chacun sa madeleine : https://achacunsamadeleine.wixsite.com/achacunsamadeleine