Cop26 menu focuses on plant-based dishes with 80% Scottish food

Cop26 menu focuses on plant-based dishes with 80% Scottish food

Each item will have an estimate of its carbon footprint, so visitors can make ‘climate-friendly choices’

Plant-based dishes will dominate the menu at the Cop26 climate conference, where 80% of the food will be from Scotland.

The low-carbon menu includes 95% British food, especially locally sourced Scottish produce, and each menu item has an estimate of its carbon footprint, “helping attendees make climate-friendly choices”.

Winter squash lasagne (0.7kg CO2 equivalent emissions) – celeriac, glazed root vegetables and winter squash, with a vegan cheddar.

Organic kale and seasonal vegetable pasta (0.3kg CO2 ee) – spelt fusilli, field mushrooms, kale and seasonal vegetables.

Braised turkey meatballs (0.9kg CO2 ee) – with organic spelt penne pasta in a tomato ragu.

Organic spelt wholegrain penne pasta (0.2kg CO2 ee) – with a tomato ragu, kale, pesto and oatmeal crumble.

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