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Paul Newnham 🇦🇺 May 21
Great to meet with young chefs at PUCP in yesterday, discussing & what can do to help deliver !
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Paul Newnham 🇦🇺 May 20
Great to see with @worldfarmersorgthis week sharing about need for trust along the chain-
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Paul Newnham 🇦🇺 May 17
Love this thinking More diversity and options to traditional go to ingredients that look at 💦 and 🌍 is essential if we can limit planetary resources.
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Paul Newnham 🇦🇺 May 22
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Paul Newnham 🇦🇺 May 17
The universal science and knowledge in Indian cuisine can be used to apply to all foods. -
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Chef Elijah Amoo Addo Dec 1
"As of the , All Chefs must place the sign in the kitchen to each day remind us of the great responsibility placed on us by mother nature to ensure a#ZeroHunger world by 2030"-
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Ali Mandhry Dec 1
Visiting the local farmer in Johannesburg was so educational and inspiring, one of the goals of is celebrating local and seasonal food. cc
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April Adams-Redmond Apr 24
We need to change the way we eat to ensure our future. Check out for easy and delicious ways to make a meaningful shift.
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Conor Spacey Apr 11
Thank you for inviting me to speak at such a great event today. A sustainable Ireland is possible but not without working together, collaborating & making the necessary changes. Chefs can influence & must change our broken food system
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Aaslaug Marie Haga Mar 26
There are 30 000 edible plants on the planet. 4 plants provide 60 % of calories globally. Our diets need to be diversified for nutritional and environmental reason - not to forget for deliciousness!
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FoodSpace Feb 13
Delighted that our Culinary Director is in Rome this week with the & . So important for to get involved & change our food system and make the a reality
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Webster_Makombe Dec 6
After asked governments to commit to nutrition Festival As a youth advocate I felt compelled to see what he ate as a youth so i bought his autobiography still looking into it. WILL ALERT YOU
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William Chilufya Dec 1
13 chefs around the world have been looking and thinking about good food they have created a pan africanist menu
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William Chilufya Dec 1
Great creativity around local and traditional foods - development of menus across Africa can't wait to taste! Food is joy, food is life!
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Gerda Verburg Dec 1
Thank you chefs. You did a Great job in providing us with such delicious . Your is convincing & leading towards food production that connects with
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The Crop Trust Feb 20
. is calling upon chefs to champion biodiversity by including diverse ingredients in their menus, highlighting unusual foods and advocating for conservation. Follow , and for more!
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Erik Oberholtzer Mar 1
Working with brown teff this morning. Soft teff, asparagus, Ethiopian kale, purple carrot, poached egg, olive oil, black urfa chili
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April Adams-Redmond May 13
Interesting to see connection between climate change and impact on people, up close & personal!! We will see a lot more of this in near future. Time to take action.
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Aaslaug Marie Haga Apr 2
and are looking for 2020 chefs by 2020 who wants to advocate for a more diverse food system - important for health, environment and taste! Join us and/or put us in touch with chefs who will celebrate diversity!
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Philip Healy Apr 11
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