When it comes to sustainability, it's not always about the sourcing, which is why the Sustainable Restaurant Association's Food Made Good Awards celebrate everything from the restaurants reducing food waste to the people doing the most to create positive change in the industry.

At this year's awards, a total of four London restaurants and one street food stall came out on top. The capital's hottest breakfast and weekend brunch spot The Breakfast Club picked up the Support Global Farmers award for its sourcing policy on avocados, which ensures farmers in Latin America get a fair deal for their produce. Quaker House's Friends restaurant on Euston Road won the Support the Community for its social enterprise bakery, which employs men with personality disorders. Borough Market street food stall Gourmet Goat was recognised for its resourceful use of kid goat and rose veal that would otherwise go to waste with the Food Made Good's Waste No Food award.

Elsewhere, Richmond-based garden shop and café Petersham Nurseries triumphed in the Serve More Veg and Better Meat category thanks to executive chef Damian Clisby's outstanding commitment to sourcing, serving and campaigning for quality meat and for championing of vegetables on the daily-changing menu, while The Thames-side OXO Tower Restaurant Brasserie and Bar also took home the Food Made Good Champion award for its involvement in the SRA's monthly campaigns to make food good over the last year.

But that's not all, hospitality businesses, chefs and suppliers are doing good with food all over the country. So, without further adieu, here's the full round-up of this year's winners...

Support Global Farmers

For the business going above and beyond in ethical sourcing

Winner: The Breakfast Club

Runners-up: Bartlett Mitchell and Plymouth University

Sponsored by Pukka Herbs

Value Natural Resources

For the business innovating to better preserve energy and water

Winner: Sheffield Hallam University

Runners-up: Les Orangeries, Lussac Les Chateaux and Pizza Hut Restaurants

Sponsored by Belu

Treat Staff Fairly

For the business doing most to value staff through pay and beyond the paycheque

Winner: Pizza Hut Restaurants

Runners-up: Sheffield Hallam University and The Breakfast Club's (ten sites in London and Brighton)

Sponsored by Freedom Brewery

Feed People Well

For the business doing the most to support adults and kids make good choices when eating out

Winner: Jamie's Italian

Runners-up: Artizian Catering Services and Cardiff Metropolitan University

Sponsored by Organix

Celebrate Local

For the business making the very most of the larder on its doorstep

Winner: The Gallivant (Camber)

Runners-up: Bangkok Canteen (Gloucester), Food in Residence and University of Manchester

Sponsored by Fresh Range

Source Fish Responsibly

For the business doing most to help ensure plenty more fish in the sea

Winner: Kingfisher Fish & Chips (Plymouth)

Runners-up: London School of Economics and The Bay Fish & Chips (Stonehaven)

Sponsored by Direct Seafoods

Serve More Veg and Better Meat

Rewarding the most innovative ways of flipping the menu

Winner: Petersham Nurseries

Runners-up: Lussmanns Fish & Grill and Poco (Bristol)

Sponsored by Select Butchery

Reduce Reuse Recycle

For the most impactful way of keeping as much as possible out of landfill

Winner: Thali Café (Bristol and Oxford)

Runners-up: Costa Coffee, Relae, Copenhagen

Sponsored by Paper Round

Waste No Food

Rewarding the very best ways of ensuring food stays out of the bin

Winner: Gourmet Goat, London

Runners-up: Pizza Hut Restaurants and Poco (Bristol)

Sponsored by Unilever Food Solutions

Support The Community

For the business making food do good as well as taste good in its area

Winner: Friends House Restaurant, London

Runners-up: Friska (Bristol, Luton and Manchester) and The Wheatsheaf (Chilton Foliat)

Sponsored by PKL

People's Favourite Restaurant

Publicly-voted award run in partnership with delicious. magazine

Winner: Lucky Beach Café, Brighton

Runners-up: Harissa (Newcastle), Petersham Nurseries (London) and The Gate (three sites in London)

Food Made Good Supplier of the Year

Winner: Vegware

Runners-up: Select Butchery and Yealands Estate Wines

Sponsored by Propercorn

Food Made Good Champion 2017

The business doing the most to promote positive change via the Food Made Good online community

Winner: OXO Tower Restaurant Bar & Brasserie (London)

Runners-up: Bangkok Canteen (Gloucester), Plymouth University and Yurt Lush (Bristol)

Sponsored by Eureka Search & Selection

Good to Go Award

For the restaurant doing most to prove that you don't have to remove principles when taking food away

Winner: Chris's Fish & Chips (Barwell, Leicestershire)

Runners-up: Captain Café (Cradley Heath and Birmingham), Green Tomato Café (Brighton) and The Captain's Table (Glengormley, Northern Ireland)

Sponsored by Just Eat

Open Right Award

Celebrating a site opened in last 12 months with sustainability built-in

Winner: Nando's Cambridge Retail Park

Sponsored by Shaftesbury plc

Raymond Blanc Sustainability Hero

For individual(s) doing the most to create positive change across the sector

Winner: Henry Dimbleby and John Vincent

Food Made Good Business of the Year

The best in the business, excelling across the board in the Food Made Good Sustainability Rating

Winner: Baest and Mirabelle

Want to keep up with all the new talent in the bars, kitchens and restaurants of London? Check out the winners of the Young British Foodies Awards 2017, too.