Electrolux Professional has teamed up with the World Association of Chefs Societies to launch a series of ‘Art & Science Come Together’ seminars.
The cooking sessions, training and demos will feature ‘Chef2Chef’ training that will equip chefs to implement sustainable practices in the kitchen, while maintaining high standards of culinary excellence and productivity.
Stuart Flint, training and demonstration manager at Electrolux Professional, said: “Training is increasing in importance within the foodservice industry and our collaboration with WACS demonstrates how we aim to lead the way on a global level through sharing key tips and insights to help increase productivity and profitability of kitchens worldwide.”
As part of the tie-up, Electrolux has joined forces with culinary masters from all over the globe to help improve the efficiency and sustainability of demanding kitchens in the US, UK, UAE and Russia.
The first seminar took place at Electrolux’s Innovation Center in Luton last month, with the next one planned for September 9. Further dates are scheduled for November 18 and February 3 2015.