Registration is now open for the free September cooking event

Ingredion sponsored the workshop on September 20th and 21st.

There are a few places left for the free seminar on sustainable cooking that will take place on the 20th and 21st of September through the Schools project, which is carried out by NTICS Projetos and Ingredion, a leading international company in the production process consumer. Residents over the age of 18 can enter.

On September 20, the theme is “Broths and Soups”, from 3 pm to 4 pm and participants will learn how to prepare a delicious pumpkin soup with ginger and carrot cream with a touch. On September 21, the theme is “Infusions”, with practical and sustainable recipes that teach how to make the most of every food. Participants can access from home, in digital mode, but space is limited.

The goal of the Chemical Schools is to change the relationship between humans and the food environment, from planning purchases, drinking and preparing to use it more effectively, reducing hunger and generating income. The course runs from August to December in the cities of Cabo de Santo Agostinho (PE), São Gonçalo (RJ), Balsa Nova (PR) and Mogi Guaçu (SP).

With a focus on it raising public awareness about sustainable cooking and how it can reduce hunger and generate income, our commitment is to support projects like this, which are in line with the company’s mission to improve the lives of people in our communities . Through the project, we are working with some of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals to promote quality education and gender equality. Our social commitment is to contribute to solving current and future social problems, working locally and regionally. We want to promote excellence through education and contribute to the development of new talents,” Viviane Pereira, Senior Sustainability Manager, South America.

In October, the seminar will be held face-to-face, please check the registration calendar. For more information, visit: www.escoladeingredientes.com.br.

About the Ingredion

Chicago-based IngredionIncorporated is the world’s largest supplier of chemical solutions, with customers in more than 120 countries and annual sales of approximately $7 billion. The company transforms grains, fruits trees, vegetables and other by-products to value-added products and biomedicine for the food, beverage, paper and corrugated, manufacturing and other industries, developing production processes to meet changing needs consumer, making more crunchy cookies, creamy yogurts. , the sweetest pastry, the most delicious paper and add fiber to nutritional bars. It has innovation centers, INGREDION IDEA LABS®️, all over the world and more than 11,000 employees. In 2022, the company received the GreatPlaceToWork seal in Brazil, Colombia and Peru. For more information, visit: https://www.ingredion.com.br/.

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About NTIC Activities

In 2022, NTICS Projetos celebrates 20 years promoting sustainable development through innovative projects and solutions. Since its establishment, the company has developed more than a thousand projects, directly affecting nearly 10 million people.

With headquarters in Brazil and branches in the United States and Europe, three years ago, NTICS Projetos became a signatory to the United Nations Convention, and since then it has guided its strategy, coordinating all its activities and the SDGs.

NTICS Projetos projects in Brazil prioritize 4 of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals: SDG 4 (Good Education), SDG 8 (Good Work and Economic Development), SDG 12 (Responsible Consumption and Production ) and SDG 17 (Partnership Goals and Implementation). The company’s SDG 4 goal is to bring new sustainable jobs to 3.7 million children and youth (10% of students enrolled in public education in Brazil) by 2025.

As part of the 20th anniversary celebration, NTICS Projetos sponsored the Impacta ODS project, which organized the distribution of ODS Almanacs by Monica’s Gang.

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