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Trashed now launched at LBS

TRASHED is an exciting new food concept which reviews the way we use ‘waste’ products and it launched at the School on Monday 21 October.


TRASHED uses sustainable breeds and cuts from animals such as retired dairy cows or billy goats; by-products; or the utilisation and re-purposing of ingredients that generally end up being thrown away, such as coffee grounds, fish bones or ‘ugly’ veg.

Rob Kirby, Chef Director at Lexington Catering, said, “We’ve all got a part to play. Caterers play a massive role in terms of the numbers we feed daily, without realising it – we serve 33,000 meals a day within central London in Lexington alone.”

So keep your eyes peeled for lots more information, exciting pop-ups in the Nash Lounge and the TRASHED logo.