The Global Gastronomy Awards 2017, highlighting “sustainability-forward”

With Dan Barber as its 2016 laureate, the Global Gastronomy Awards took place in New York City on September 25th. After ten years in Stockholm, the ceremony moves to the home turf of the previous year’s winner, which makes Mexico City, home to 2017 awardee Enrique Olvera and his restaurant Pujol, our next location.

After ten years in Stockholm, the ceremony moves to the home turf of the previous year’s winner, which makes Mexico City, home to 2017 awardee Enrique Olvera and his restaurant Pujol, our next location.

Ten years of forward gastronomy, reaching beyond the plate

Over the past decade, the Global Gastronomy Award has honored some of the world’s most celebrated and forward thinking chefs, from Ferran Adrià (Catalonia) in 2007, to Dan Barber (New York) in 2016 (see press kit for the full list).

Each award winner not only excels in gastronomy but has pioneered initiatives that reach far beyond the plate. Some have found solutions to current problems by reviving nearly-lost forms of knowledge, while others have innovated to improve the environmental impact or achieve social change through gastronomy.

Find more in the press kit.

White Guide Olvera Enrique 2017
The Global Gastronomy Awards 2017, highlighting “sustainability-forward” 2017-09-26T14:01:48+00:00 Electrolux Professional

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