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Meat Free Monday at the Nordic Light Hotel

The Nordic Light Hotel does not serve meat on Mondays - as part of the Meat Free Monday project. The project aims to encourage people all over the world to reduce their meat consumption, which the hotel believes is a simple, yet effective way to help slow climate change – not to mention an effective health boost.

The hotel comments: “At Nordic Light Hotel, we want to inspire to new ways of working with sustainability in the field of hospitality. We continuously strive to challenge ourselves and find new ways to improve our product and stand point with regards to our environmental work. We therefore felt it as a natural step to see how we could further develop our corporate social responsibility within Food & Beverage.”

“We have for the last few years put a lot of focus on the breakfast selection and have now reached a level where we always offer at least 50% organic products with local produce as a focal point. With Meat Free Monday, we believe we found an excellent opportunity to make a statement while at the same time giving our customers a chance to actively and intentionally take part in something positive. No meat is served in the hotel or the employee cafeteria during Mondays and our regular a la carte menu is replaced with an extended version including only meat free options.”

Read more at www.meatfreemondays.com