Piqniq Budapest teaches sustainability

Piqniq Budapest teaches sustainability

Videos with easy-to-understand and straightforward tips for those who want to live smarter and more consciously have been created on the most pressing issues affecting our eating habits (sustainability, health awereness, cost effectiveness).


We have known for a long time that we should live slower, smarter, and more sustainably, and that now is the time to make positive, encouraging, and forward-thinking choices, because without exaggeration, our future depends on it. Recognizing this, Piqniq Budapest, a knowledge-sharing community of gastronomic entrepreneurs, professionals, producers, and stakeholders, is launching a progressive education program in partnership with Mastercard. The campaign will focus on meat consumption and seasonality, as well as local ingredients, sustainability, zero waste, and food safety.

The campaign, named Who’s Doing What—in the kitchen (Ki Mit Tesz – a konyha körül): green, health, awareness was joined by chefs (Petra Tischler, Edina Makai—SALT and Márton Keve—101 Bistro), actors (Eszter Ónodi and Szabolcs Thuróczy) and presenter András Petur, who together produced a six-part video series to provide an easy-to-understand and readily available toolkit for those who want to improve themselves and take action for their future.

More information and videos here.

Source: Press Release

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