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Hotpoint participates in CEO Cookoff

View image of Hotpoint participates in CEO CookoffHotpoint has participated in UKHarvest’s first ever CEO CookOff event, in partnership with Jamie Oliver and his Food Revolution, to raise awareness on food waste.

The event, which took place on Tuesday 21st March at the Old Billingsgate Market, saw some of the UK’s top business leaders team up with some of the nation’s best chefs to cook a banquet, using appliances provided by Hotpoint, for hundreds of everyday heroes who all work to help others. Following the event, all leftover meals were donated to ensure no food was wasted.

Maurizio Pettorino, Managing Director; Jim McEwan, Sales Director Multi-Channel; and Nick Hughes, Commercial Director, at Hotpoint, all agreed to swap their suits for aprons to cook up a feast, all to raise money for both UKHarvest and Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution.

Maurizio Pettorino, Managing Director, Hotpoint, says: “It has been a pleasure to participate in the first ever CEO CookOff event. There are many issues surrounding food education and waste here in the UK and we are very proud to raise money for such an important cause.”

Jamie Oliver says: “It’s absolutely brilliant to see what big business and chefs can achieve when we all get to together, roll up our sleeves and not only cook some delicious grub for our everyday heroes but also raise money for the bigger issues around food education and waste.”

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