Sustainable & Ethical Sourcing
We practice responsible sourcing throughout our supply chain, ensuring our customers get great quality, high welfare and sustainable food on their plates.
All TRG managed suppliers must meet the requirements of our Responsible Sourcing Policies, and we conduct routine supplier audits to ensure suppliers are operating to our high standards.
We are committed to sourcing sustainable fish, which is achieved through purchasing Marine Stewardship Council (MSC)-certified fish rated 3 or below, and for farmed fish and seafood, only sourcing from GLOBALG.A.P or BAP 2-star or higher certified farms. We also review the Good Fish Guide every six months when it is published and modify our menus to remove any fish classified as “avoid”.
All shell eggs are sourced from hens which are free range providing the birds with an environment and space in excess of the legal requirement. Wagamama are fully free-range, including for eggs used as an ingredient or compound ingredient. We are on a journey to achieve RSPCA assured across all brands.
In 2020 the Group signed the European Better Chicken Commitment, as supported by Compassion in World Farming, with the goal of sourcing chicken to this standard from 2026. This allows us to improve the welfare of millions of chickens used in our supply chain, and builds on our cage-free egg commitment, antibiotic usage reduction and responsible fish sourcing programmes, further demonstrating our responsible sourcing approach and ongoing commitment to animal welfare.
The Sustainable Restaurant Association
In order to benchmark our sustainability performance in our sector, we are members of The Sustainable Restaurant Association. In 2021 we were awarded 3 stars (the highest rating) in their Food Made Good assessments across all brands.
As in previous years, there continues to be no genetically modified foods or trans fats in any of our products, and we have banned artificial colours that cause hyperactivity in children from all our products served to children.