How to Eat Sustainably
Ready to do your part? Check out three simple ways to get started!
1. SUPPORT SUSTAINABLE PRODUCERS.
In the U.S. and Italy, we choose to work with small-scale producers who share our value for sustainable practices that are GOOD (food tastes delicious), CLEAN (don't hurt the environment), and FAIR (treat employees well).
Every time you shop, you "vote" for what we stock on our shelves. When you demand quality products — at Eataly and elsewhere — you support the sustainable farmers, fisherman, butchers, bakers, and cheesemakers that make them. You create a better environment, for eating, drinking, and beyond.
2. BUY ONLY WHAT YOU NEED.
In the U.S., we waste an average of 40% of our food. Today, you can make a difference: choose quality over quantity. Buy only what you need, at the very highest quality and in the right proportions, and you will eat better, feel better, and help end food waste.
3. REDUCE AND REUSE.
Once you're home, get creative with our favorite cucina povera tricks to get the most out of our Italian staples. You will love how much longer your groceries will last!
Throw your leftover cheese rinds into your next stew, risotto, or pasta sauce, or try our rich Parmigiano Reggiano broth!
Toss your fish bones into boiling water to create a nutritious and rich stock.
VINO & BIRRA
Use leftover wine in a risotto, create a beer braise, or make your own reduction sauce.
Toss your meat bones into boiling water to create a nutritious and rich bone broth, which fits perfectly with a dish like this polenta con goulash.
Simmer your veggie scraps in salted water for a simple stock that you can use immediately or freeze for another day.
Give day-old bread new life in ribollita stew, panzanella salad, or toasted bruschetta.