ICC Sydney releases sustainability-driven menu for 2023

One of the new dishes from the menu, the miso-glazed king salmon

International Convention Centre Sydney (ICC Sydney), managed by ASM Global, has released its low-carbon Menu Collection for next year.

Developed by its in-house team of culinary experts, the collection allows event organisers to make more sustainable and diverse food choices across six core menus.

One of the new dishes from the menu, miso-glazed king salmon

Dishes will be created with fresh and seasonal produce – procured from more than 130 local producers across the supply chain – that has been reviewed to estimate the carbon footprint associated with the farming, harvesting, production, and transportation of ingredients.

ICC Sydney CEO and group director – convention centres, ASM Global (APAC), Geoff Donaghy, said in a press release that the new menu boasts 186 low-carbon options across an entire day, and caters to all event formats and delegate palates. It also complements the venue’s 100 per cent local wine list.

“As part of our ASM Global ACTS schedule of activities and as a signatory to both the Exhibition and Event Association of Australasia’s Sustainable Events 2030 Pledge and Joint Meetings Industry Council’s Net Zero Carbon Events Pledge, we are building on our Feeding Your Performance culinary philosophy, which has sustainability at its core.

“ICC Sydney’s new menu gives event organisers the opportunity to make a positive contribution to our planet, as well as our suppliers, as we continue to add more First Nations businesses to our supply chain,” Donaghy added.

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