Expert panel set for first green kitchen webinar

Chefs in kitchen

Leading foodservice experts will tomorrow discuss how the hospitality industry instills sustainability best practice in the day-to-day operations of future talent when Gram kicks off the first of three ‘Go Green’ webinars.

Registration for the free session can be carried out HERE ahead of the discussion beginning at 3pm.

CESA chair Simon Frost, chef Cyrus Todiwala, and the Responsible Hospitality Partnership’s Dr Rebecca Hawkins will be joined by Gram UK’s managing director Glenn Roberts as they consider how trainee chef’s are educated on the issue of sustainability from the very beginning of their career.

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The panel will examine what the current curriculum offers and where the gaps in trainee chef’s education lie.

The webinar will also discuss whether trainees’ comprehend how encompassing sustainability is from sourcing ingredients to their equipment choices. And it will take a look at who the panellists believe is responsible for educating trainee chefs and hospitality management professionals alike,

Tomorrow’s webinar is the first of three that refrigeration manufacturer Gram has planned over the coming months. The remaining two are:

Thursday 25 June: Achieving a sustainable bottom line: Are operational efficiencies the recipe for business success?

Thursday 24 September: Working towards a sustainable future: What’s in store for the sustainable kitchen.

In October the company will host a half-day ‘Go Green’ conference at the Charlotte Street Hotel in London.

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