Feed the Planet empowers sustainable cooking and eating among communities and culinary professionals.
We work to inspire positive and sustainable change, thanks to the dynamic and ongoing collaboration between Worldchefs, Electrolux Food Foundation, and AIESEC.
Together, we’re taking action on food.
Feed the Planet projects are diverse and cross the continents. Around the globe, our work is:
Read the latest news and keep scrolling to learn more about what we do.See the latest
We’re teaching chefs how to think and act sustainably to drive change in kitchens across the globe. Graduates earn a digital badge and certificate through our innovative Sustainability Education for Culinary Professionals curriculum, available for FREE on Worldchefs Academy!Explore the free course
Like A Chef provides underprivileged people with culinary workplace skills to help them build a new career path.
The eight-week course developed by Worldchefs is taught by volunteer professional chefs and incorporates a zero-waste approach.
With 8 active training centers around the world and more on the way, Like a Chef is changing lives.
Feed the Planet’s webcast, Sustainability Around the World, shares stories from culinary professionals and thought leaders building a better future. Hosted by Chef Chris Koetke, each new episode explores our journey toward a more conscious kitchen.Watch the webcast
Inspire the next generation to become food champions with an interactive lesson on sustainable eating habits.Download the toolkit
1.3 billion tons of food are wasted each year while 800 million people remain undernourished around the world.
Learn how to reduce food waste in both back and front of house operations, and commit to reducing food waste.
Get recognized for your passion and commitment to the cause. Worldchefs has created the Feed The Planet Champion program to celebrate your amazing efforts and help you gain even more from what you’ve learned.
Hungry to learn more about sustainable eating?
Check out Replate – a new online space to inspire people to rethink their food choices and eat better for your health and the planet. It’s an online space with stats, stories, hacks and recipes as well as five hands-on-tips that answer the question: ‘So, what can I do?’ – to eat more sustainably.
See more stories from Worldchefs on Feed the Planet programs and more at latest.worldchefs.org.