Established in 2016, the Electrolux Food Foundation has enabled local and global initiatives in several countries, including Brazil, Poland, Sweden and Malaysia, working together with partners.

Training the unemployed for a better future

The Electrolux Food Foundation – together with partners AIESEC and Worldchefs - is extending the successful zero-waste culinary training program for unemployed people to a second location in...

Emergency relief program in Peru

In 2017, Peru was devastated by heavy rains and flooding. Many people lost their lives, and thousands were forced to evacuate their homes. The floods destroyed homes, schools, hospitals and...

Global sustainability curriculum

Large amounts of food and energy are wasted through traditional culinary practices – both inside the kitchen and in all the preceding steps in the food supply chain. The Sustainability Curriculum...

High-capacity mobile emergency relief kitchen

A high-capacity container kitchen will be developed and equipped with professional kitchen appliances. It will be activated immediately in emergency situations such as natural disasters or refugee...

Ozharvest – Food rescue program – Australia

In 2017, Australia officially joined the food waste movement in APAC. By establishing a three-year partnership with OzHarvest, Electrolux in Australia targets food that would otherwise be wasted to...

The recipe for sustainable cooking

The Electrolux Food Foundation supports a global project launched by its partner Worldchefs to educate chefs to use food resources in a more sustainable way.
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