- 38 Fruits and vegetables
- 39 Processed foods
- 40 Food allergies
- 41 Hand washing
- 42 Food contamination
- 43 Artificial ingredients
- 44 Nutritional information
- 45 Food advertising
- 46 Safe food preparation materials
- 47 Serving sizes
- 48 Special diets
- 49 Responsible food production
- 50 Food storage
- 51 Food production
- 52 Mindful eating
- P1 Food environment
- P7 Strategic Dining Design
To encourage the consumption of fresh foods by providing sufficient cold food storage to occupants.
#25428 - Can projects measure occupant demand for cold storage at another one of their buildings (keeping in mind any occupancy differences) and then provide volume that exceeds this measured demand by at least 20% in order to achieve Part 1b?
Yes, this is a reasonable approach for assessing occupant demand for cold storage in line with Part 1b.
#25396 - My project does not sell or provide food and beverages on a daily basis. Which Nourishment features are applicable and will contribute to the project's scorecard?
If a project does not sell or provide food and beverages on a daily basis, it is considered in compliance with the Nourishment precondition features 38-40 (and 43-44 when designated as preconditions) and is considered not having achieved optimization features 47 and 49 (and 43-44 when designated as optimizations). To demonstrate compliance, projects should simply add a note to explain their lack of daily food and beverage offerings within the 'Notes' column of the project checklist.
Note that all Nourishment optimizations will still appear on the project scorecard and contribute to the denominator when calculating scoring.
All cold storage provided by the owner must meet the requirements - at a minimum, this must be available to all building staff in order to pursue this Feature. Food and beverage providers leasing space as a tenant of the building are excluded from these requirements. Commercial kitchens are not applicable.