Carbon-Labeled Menus for the Future

Carbon-Labeled Menus, Sandra Noonan, Just Salad, Carbon Labeling, Food Institute Podcast

Have you heard of carbon-labeled menus? Sandra Noonan, chief sustainability officer at Just Salad, joined the Food Institute Podcast to discuss her company’s decision to launch carbon-labeled menus and the ethos behind the move, and what the industry could do to adopt the practice. In addition to the carbon-label initiative, Noonan discusses the launch of plant-based chicken, it’s reusable bowl policy, and the company’s focus on environmental sustainability. Learn more about carbon-labeled menus in the latest edition of the Food Institute Podcast.

Hosted By: Chris Campbell
Recorded: Nov. 5, 2020
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More About Sandra Noonan:
Sandra Noonan is the Chief Sustainability Officer at Just Salad, home of the World’s Largest Restaurant Reusable program. Since joining the Just Salad team in 2019, Noonan has expanded on Just Salad’s the company’s award-winning sustainability efforts and continuously prospects new sustainability opportunities across all aspects of their business. She holds a B.A. from Duke University and a Master of International Affairs from Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs. She is a member of the Upcycled Food Association’s Standards Committee and the founder of ZeroWasteNYC, a grassroots group that advocates for zero-waste living.

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