Michelin gives new ‘Green Clover’ symbol to sustainable restaurants

Source: Food & Wine 

Michelin has added a new symbol to highlight restaurants that are “embracing more sustainable gastronomy.”

The new literally and figuratively green pictogram—referred to as “the green clover”—looks, as the name implies, like a five-leaf clover, and it’s intended to “promote the chefs who have taken responsibility by preserving resources and embracing biodiversity, reducing food waste and reducing the consumption of non-renewable energy,” Michelin wrote in the announcement.