St Albans restaurant shortlisted in RSPCA awards

PUBLISHED: 12:00 05 September 2011

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RSPCA Good Business Awards; Richard Johnson on stage; One Marylebone, London; 1083898; Please read our licence terms agreed by you when registering on our website at www.rspcaphotolibrary.com. All digital images must be deleted after authorised use unless otherwise agreed in writing.; Photograph by; Phil Wilson/RSPCA; www.rspcaphotolibrary.com; Tel: 0300 123 0402 Fax: 0870 753 0048 email: pictures@rspcaphotolibrary.com

TV presenter says business awards recognise firms going the extra mile

A ST ALBANS restaurant is a finalist in the annual RSPCA Good Business Awards, which recognises companies going the extra mile or doing something different for animal welfare.

Lussmanns Fish & Grill Restaurants in St Albans, Hertford and Bishop’s Stortford have been shortlisted in the food category of the competition. This section highlights companies which advance animal welfare by sourcing their products in an ethical way.

Managing director of Lussmanns, Andrei Lussman, said: “The welfare of what we eat should come first when eating.

“Restaurants and retailers owe it as much to the diner as to the animal in insisting that the animal must live a fulfilled life before death. If we cannot afford this simple but essential approach we should consider not eating meat.”

Richard Johnson, food judge, journalist and TV presenter, joins independent food consultant Dr Geoff Spriegel and Prof. John Webster, Professor Emeritus at Bristol University to judge the food category.

Richard said: “From this year’s entries it’s clear that it now makes good business sense to improve animal welfare. It makes a real point-of-difference in a very competitive market place.”

Judges said there has been a shift in consumer attitudes and increased demand for higher welfare and local produce.

Winners of the RSPCA awards, which also features fashion, independent food retailer and supermarket categories, will be announced at an awards night in London on Wednesday, October 5.


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