The Sustainability Education for Culinary Professionals teaches chefs how to think and act sustainable, to lead positive change for the planet – and for the improved profitably in the kitchen. The curriculum was developed by Worldchefs as a Feed the Planet initiative, and is powered by the Electrolux Food Foundation.
Sustainability Education for Culinary Professionals topics include food, energy, water and waste. Designed for culinary schools across the globe, it can also be used as a seminar by national chefs’ associations.
Best of all, it is available without cost as a benefit to Worldchefs members. And it is easy to get started today.
Why use the Sustainability Education for Culinary Professionals in your school or association?
We are reaching a critical point for our planet, and the impact is being felt across the culinary industry worldwide. Chefs are essential to bringing about positive sustainability change.
NEED? There’s a rapidly increasing global population with increased appetites. At the same time, there is a growing scarcity of and increased costs for industry resources such as consumable water, energy and food.
BENEFITS? Adopting sustainable practices in the kitchen not only helps secure a safer food future for all of us, it increases profitability in the kitchen, maximizes efficiency, and attracts the growing market of customers seeking out sustainably-minded businesses.
- The Sustainability Education for Culinary Professionals is available – without cost – as a benefit to Worldchefs members and approved schools
- The curriculum, developed by industry experts, consists of x7 prepared classes (~2 hours / class); to be used in conjunction with existing culinary courses, or as a seminar for professional chefs
- The teaching materials are user-friendly and customizable, including lesson plans, instructor support webinars and much more to help you implement this curriculum quickly and easily, wherever you are in the world
- The curriculum explores in detail the topics of food, energy, water and waste on a global, and regional/local level.
- Check out some sample curriculum materials - including a lesson plan, PowerPoint, and quiz - here !