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Guaranteed Green Locations


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Guaranteed Green Locations


Consumers have purchasing power that’s every bit as big as their values and commitments. That’s why we create Chicago’s most accurate and savvy green guide to dining out, eating in, and all of the labels that come with supporting Sustainable Food in Chicago.


The Chicagoland foodservice operators below have become certified Guaranteed Green by Green Seal or the Green Restaurant Association, as marked below. (Our Sustainability Assistance Program, or SAP, can help prepare your business for this certification.)

 

Certified by

*Uncommon Ground's Edgewater location is certified


Certified by

4 Star Certified Green Restaurant®


3 Star Certified Green Restaurant®


2 Star Certified Green Restaurant®

Photo Credit: Koval

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Sustainable Food Guide


Sustainable Food Guide


                Produce                                           FISH                                             mEAT

Finding genuinely sustainable food products has now been made easy!

Many of us struggle to sort through endless brand varieties of produce, fish or meat and their labels at the grocery store and although we all mean well, it comes down to a quick decision most of the time. We have created a best practices guide on truly sustainable labels, best choices and alternatives for each food category to ensure guilt-free, sustainable shopping!

You can find our guide to produce, fish and meat by clicking on the icons above!

We all want the right choice to be the simple one so dig in and enjoy!


The project is still ripening but we can't wait to harvest it for your enjoyment!

Check back to get first pickins!

Photo Credit: Kristen Holdsworth

#GreenChiSports


The Sustainable Chicago Sports Project is an environmental conservation education initiative intended to facilitate a conversation about the connection between sports and sustainability. 

#GreenChiSports


The Sustainable Chicago Sports Project is an environmental conservation education initiative intended to facilitate a conversation about the connection between sports and sustainability.