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Global minimum waste cuisine consists of a 4-hour environment conscious multicultural cooking session where migrant and local youths with their families will learn how to cook with minimum waste production.  Early registration for this event is advised as the participant number is limited to 18 participants.

This brief video showcases snippets from our educational Minimum Waste Global Fusion Cuisine workshop.  Every year, each person in Malta only generates 62kg of food waste while at the same time 1 in 9 people don’t have enough food to eat – that’s 793 million people left under nourished.
During this workshop local, migrant and expat youths together with two lovely senior citizens  learned all about sustainable eating and how to reduce food waste effectively. Apart from learning how to stop wasting food, cooking together, and sharing a meal is a great way for participants across generations and cultures to bond, discover new things about each other, celebrate, learn
 about each other’s cultures, and enjoy each other’s company

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“This project has been funded through the Voluntary Organisations Project Scheme managed by the Malta Council for the Voluntary Sector supported by the Ministry for Inclusion, Voluntary Organisations and Consumer Rights (MIVC)”.