Date: 21 April 2020
Join Food Made Good for breakfast to find out how the business choices you make in food sourcing can positively influence the environment and human health. This month’s theme is: Sourcing: ‘Local and Seasonal’, and we are also celebrating The UN International World Health Day (7 April) & World Earth Day (22 April). But actually it’s also Earth Month!
THEME Local and Seasonal
FOCUS AREA Sourcing – Local and Seasonal
BREAKFAST DATE 21st April
Members: FREE – due to the current climate we are waiving fees
Non-Members: $150 + $8.99 administrative fees
LEARN about the link between local and seasonal food and the health of our planet and our bodies
DISCOVER how to support local food and farmers
MEET/HEAR expert speakers and practitioners:
1) Assistant Professor Daisy Tam, an expert on food security
2) Chef Peggy Chan, plant-based foods chef and activist for sourcing locally
The Sustainability Breakfasts Series is a monthly gathering designed to educate and empower the Hong Kong foodservice community — chefs, restaurateurs, FOH, BOH, suppliers, and sustainability leads.
Inspired by our framework, the programme is curated to inspire the community, novel ways through which they can bring in small but significant changes to their sourcing choices, menu design, and supplies. We will be organising talks delivered by sustainable food industry leaders, on various themes linked to UN International Days and our three pillars Sourcing, Society & the Environment.
*The webinar link will be sent to you two days prior to the event
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