Gilles Daveau, consultant trainer in “alternative cuisine”, will host a conference-debate on Wednesday, June 22, 2022, from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m., Jules-Le Cesne High School. Opportunity to discover and exchange questions on food quality, agricultural, ecological and climate transitions.
A conference-debate “Eat well, eat better” open to all will be held on Wednesday, June 22, 2022 from 5:30 pm to 7 pm in the amphitheater of the Lycée Jules-Le Cesne at Havre. This conference will be hosted by Gilles Daveau, an “alternative cuisine” consultant trainer since 1987. He works with the government and local authorities, especially in the field of mass catering. An organic and vegetarian restaurateur and caterer for 22 years, he is the initiator of the Food Kitchens Movement.
Promote a sustainable diet
The conference-debate will focus on food quality, agricultural, environmental and climate transition issues that have become major topics. Added to this are health issues and territorial food self-sufficiency from the Covid crisis.
In taking care of people’s meals at their places of residence and at school, communities are increasingly encouraged to promote sustainable nutrition. This is the meaning of the provisions of the Egalim Act, in line with the evolution of public health programs.
Habits that are difficult to change
It is, in particular, the question of increasing local and seasonal approvals, organic or labeled products, increasing “home” preparations, removing plastic… For them, professionals, but also users, regulars and those representations are difficult to change. “Cost issues, lack of time, lack of know-how, difficulty in proposing changes in the plate…” The debate is open this Wednesday in Le Havre.
Conference-debate on Wednesday 22 June 2022 from 5.30 pm to 7 pm in the amphitheater of the Jules-Le Cesne high school in Le Havre. Discover yourself within the limits of available places.