BBC Radio 4 Food Programme presenter Sheila Dillon joins the Caffè Culture Show’s expert speaker line-up to chair a discussion by the Sustainable Restaurant Association about how to run a sustainable Café. Dillon is joined by panelists Henry Dimbleby, Co-Founder of the Sustainable Restaurant Association and restaurant chain LEON, Anita Popham, Head of Food at Boston Tea Party Café Group, Ian Woodhurst, UK Campaigns Manager (Dairy) at World Animal Protection, and Director of Biopac for the Beyond Beans session on 13th May at 4:15, Olympia London. From demonstrating the provenance of coffee beans and providing hubs for local communities to pioneering new approaches to environmental management and responsible marketing, the panel will discuss what independent Cafés and Coffee Shops can do to run their operation sustainably. The Sustainable Restaurant Association will launch its new rating for independent Cafés and Coffee Shops later this year.
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Caffè Culture Show Event Director Cheryl Carroll said: "The Sustainable Restaurant Association plays a major role in helping hospitality businesses and their customers make more sustainable choices. This session is a must-see for independent Coffee Shop and Café operators that need help and advice to do the right thing when it comes to sourcing, the environment and the community. We’re thrilled to welcome the esteemed panel to the show."

The Caffè Culture Show takes place at London Olympia on 13-14 May 2015. To register for free advance tickets for the Caffè Culture Show, visit For more information on eco-friendly catering disposables or to discuss your packaging requirements personally with John, please call 01386 555 777.

Pls click here to read a blog written by the Sustainable Restaurant Assocation after the panel session, summarising the key points discussed.