Finding REAL Food Made Easy
Nowadays consumers are conscious of the companies and businesses they support with their money. Consumers are looking for corporations with ethical and sustainable practices that make them feel good about the product or service they are purchasing. Some organizations certify businesses for green merit and sustainability. Now restaurants have one called REAL, assuring customers the food they’re eating is of the best quality.
With the help of REAL, you can find restaurants near you “committed to holistic nutrition and environmental stewardship” according to their website. REAL is an acronym that stands for Responsible, Epicurean, Agricultural, Leadership. REAL was created and instituted by the United States Healthful Food Council. The USHFC for short “envisions an America free from diet-related disease.” USHFC certifies restaurants the same way the United States Green Building Council (USGBC) certifies buildings for green merit.
So, when you dine at a REAL certified restaurant, you can rest assured that you are eating excellent and sustainable food. According to eatreal.org, Dirt: Eat Clean in Miami Beach is REAL certified.