Did you know that the Sands at Nomad and and the Nomad Beach Bar use the ‘waste’ meat offcuts from the kitchen butchery which most hotels and restaurants throw away?
Meat waste when thrown out will attract Parasites, Bacteria and Pathogens that can be harmful to people and the environment. Uncooked meat waste is particularly bad and we all know what rotting meat smells like.
Meat ‘waste’ offcuts are collected after the butchery has it’s filleting and cleaning sessions. Any bones and offcuts able and safe to be used to make stews for the staff are used for this.
The remainder (seafoods, red and white meats) are boiled, ground into mince, packed into biodegradable takeaway boxes (which have been returned by Nomad Beach Bar Customers for re-use), and then frozen in an old re-used freezer.