A vegetarian meal represents 50% less CO2 compared to a meal with meat. The City of Brussels intends to suggest to the restaurants in the territory of the City of Brussels that they systematically include a vegetarian dish on their menu based on the definition of a vegetarian dish under the Good Food label. The City will provide straightforward communication tools and elements for restaurants who undertake to highlight their commitment to the Climate Plan of the City of Brussels. In addition, the restaurants making a commitment will have their establishment included on the sustainable map of the City of Brussels.
The main project organiser: Entreprendre-brucity.be
OBJECTIVES TO BE ACHIEVED:
- Increase the number of restaurants systematically offering a new vegetarian dish on their menu by 3% per year, in order to have all restaurants offering at least one vegetarian dish by 2030.
Expected reduction of CO2: To be quantified
- well-being, healthy eating
FOLLOW-UP AND EVALUATION INDICATORS:
- Number of restaurants that undertake to propose a new vegetarian dish on their menu.
- Total number of vegetarian dishes included on the menus of restaurants which replace a meat dish.