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GREENVILLE, S.C.,  After pausing the announcement of Stars, Bib Gourmands and Plates in California, the MICHELIN Guide hosted a Virtual Family Meal tournament to aid California eating places thru an on-line fundraiser for the California Association of Food Banks.


Chefs from throughout the globe gathered to assist the enterprise thru cooking, dialog and a charity fundraiser. Topics protected new restaurant concepts, pivots and eating developments from the pandemic. To view a recording of the program, go to

During the event, the MICHELIN Guide brought its first restaurant sustainability distinction, the MICHELIN Green Star, in the United States. This new series of eating places brings collectively cooks with a frequent cause, whose inspiring and virtuous initiatives and techniques assist to increase recognition of the significance of environmental issues.

This cognizance is on hand to cooks whose organizations are blanketed in the MICHELIN Guide selection. Inspectors reflect onconsideration on the whole ecosystem of a restaurant and accumulate statistics about chefs' practices and their philosophy on sustainable gastronomy.

"The pandemic has underscored the significance of a local, sustainable meals supply," stated Gwendal Poullennec, worldwide director of the MICHELIN Guides. "MICHELIN Guide inspectors determined many cooks in California who are dedicated to merchandising regional merchandise whilst skillfully crafting delicacies that respects nature and seasonal changes."

The following cooks have been highlighted as sustainable function fashions in California:

Kyle and Katina Connaughton, SingleThread
Dominique Crenn, Atelier Crenn
Matthew Kammerer, Harbor House Inn
Thomas Keller, The French Laundry
Nancy Silverton, Osteria Mozza
Michael Tusk, Quince
Alice Waters, Chez Panisse 

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