Mayor Georges Marsan, accompanied by his Deputy Marjorie Crovetto, responsible for the Living Environment and Sustainable Development, as well as several members of the Municipal Council, on Tuesday, November 28, witnessed the award of “Mon Restau Responsible®” label for the Municipal Restaurant of Monaco Town Hall.

In the presence of Patrick Rolland, Deputy Director of the Environment Department, Annabelle Jaeger-Seydoux, Director of the Mission for Energy Transition (MTE), a certificate was issued, attesting to good compliance with several commitments.

This certification, under the aegis of the Foundation for Man and Nature (FPHN), rewards several initiatives, including the serving of a responsible plate with a complete menu based on vegetable proteins every other Friday; an increase in the proportion of certified organic and/or local products to more than 50 percent in the next two years and more.

Eco-gestures include a complete restructuring of the kitchen in sorting, weighing and recovering waste into compost and using household products that are certified eco-responsible.

With this new certification, the Municipal Institution once again confirms its commitment to the fight against food waste already implemented in Monaco thanks to to “La Petite Boîte” distributed in the Principality to many committed restaurateurs.

The municipal restaurant provides and delivers meals for elderly residents throughout the Principality.