If you eat out frequently, you’ll notice menus have changed. No longer is fried chicken simply that, instead you might see it as “sustainably-sourced organic free-range chicken”. But so far, such environmentally-friendly menus lean toward unfriendly prices.
One chef though, is trying to change that with what he hopes will be the world’s first truly zero-waste restaurant, Haoma - with affordable Indian fare. Indian-born Chef Deepanker Khosla disapproves of treating “organic” and “sustainable” as expensive food trends.