Thursday, October 24, 2013

Knorr calls for "Food for Change" in celebration of 175 years of Knorr changing lives

  Let's fight hunger with WFP and Knorr

It is a sad fact that in today's world, still a majority of the people in this world do experience hunger in some point of their lives.  And even as we do our food trips around the metro, we always make sure that no food is wasted, and if ever we do take outs, we make sure that it is consumed the next day or at the very least share it with our less fortunate brothers and sisters.

We do our daily commute and see street children beg for money, can I possibly ask a favor that instead of giving them money, let them have your food instead.  I would think they would need that more than a few peso, which might lead them up to no good.

With that in mind, Unilever, through its Foods category and Food Solutions business does their part and help the United Nations World Food Programme to help end child hunger by improving the availability of school meals around the world.  Joining the commitment is Knorr, as it celebrates their 175th anniversary. 

175 Years of Changing Life through Food

Recognized and trusted by Filipino homemakers and mothers nationwide, Knorr commemorates its 175th year, by paving the way for more and more women to express their passion through cooking, through the Knorr Kitchenhood Clinics. The brand culminates the Kitchenhood movement by partnering with the World Food Program (WFP) for the Food For Change event – a unique food fair at the Mercato Centrale in Fort Bonifacio Global City where foodies and cooking aficionados can enjoy tasting samples cooked with Knorr from no less than 50 participating food concessionaires. This event aims to help increase awareness on the alarming issues of global hunger. Total proceeds generated from the ticket sales will be matched by Knorr and donated to the WFP. 

Tickets are at P300, and remember all ticket sales with be matched by Knorr and will be donated to the WFP.  Enjoy a night of great food and in return helping fight hunger as well.  See Sari Jorge and Marvin Agustin do some cooking demos for us to enjoy.

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