BUSINESS | California restaurants’ climate change ‘surcharge’ could quickly raise $10M, group says


Prepare to pay a little more for your next meal in California — but only if you want to.

Some restaurants in the state have implemented an optional 1 percent surcharge onto customers’ bills this month as part of an ongoing effort to fight climate change.

The extra money will fund Restore California, a collective of restaurants, farmers and diners managed by nonprofit Zero Foodprint. The new group provides funding to food growers needed to create healthy soil and foster a renewable and efficient food system, according to its mission statement.

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