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Massimo Bottura Calls on the Power of Chefs to Feed the Planet

Posted by OZCOMMS on Apr 04, 2017

Internationally acclaimed Chef, Massimo Bottura spoke passionately to 130 guests at an exclusive charity dinner hosted by OzHarvest at their Alexandria warehouse last night, calling on the power of chefs around the world to use their knowledge and sense of responsibility to help feed the planet and tackle the issue of global food waste. “The…

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OzHarvest Spreads The Love As UKHarvest Opens For Business

Posted by OZCOMMS on Mar 24, 2017

Australia’s leading food rescue organisation, OzHarvest has spread its wings overseas in a bid to tackle global food waste and eliminate hunger. UKHarvest is now open for business, with the help of a few friends; HRH the Duchess of Cornwall as Patron and Jamie Oliver and his Foundation who has partnered with UKHarvest to host…

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BP Fuels Food Rescue With 5 Year OzHarvest Partnership

Posted by OZCOMMS on Mar 08, 2017

BP, Australia’s leading fuel retailer operation, and OzHarvest, Australia’s first perishable food-rescue organisation, have today officially launched a unique five-year partnership that will reduce food waste and help deliver more meals to people in need across Australia. BP joins OzHarvest as a major supporter, committing up to $1 million annually to support OzHarvest food rescue…

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Give your snags a purpose with a summer OzSizzle

Posted by OZCOMMS on Jan 27, 2017

This Summer OzHarvest is asking Aussies to add a special ingredient to their seasonal BBQ – a sprinkling of goodwill.  By registering your barbie as an OzSizzle, the humble sausage and potato salad get-together can be transformed into a fundraising event to help vulnerable Aussies. Ronni Kahn, OzHarvest CEO and Founder said every dollar raised…

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The OzHarvest CEO CookOff returns in 2017!

Posted by OZCOMMS on Jan 18, 2017

The OzHarvest CEO CookOff will return for its 6th year on Monday 6th March with Australia’s CEOs, Managing Directors and business leaders joining forces with 40 of the country’s best chefs to feed over 1,000 Sydneysiders in need. Some big names in the restaurant business will be returning including Matt Moran (ARIA), Neil Perry (Rockpool), Guillaume…

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