The initiative will run until till 31 December 2022, and is available for dine-in, takeaway, and GrabFood delivery.
Around the world, communities face varied and complex challenges that require collaborative responses. Whether they are the challenges faced by young people or challenges to the environment, there is a role for everyone to play in effecting positive change.
Cathay Pacific recognises that no single party or entity can solve complex problems alone, that is why they work with partners such as eat X dignity and Green Monday to catalyse positive change for the people and communities they serve. This collaboration is aimed at promoting
children and youth development in Malaysia, while supporting sustainable eating at the same time.
The dishes on the menu were diligently created by the eat X dignity team specially for this collaboration. The team comprises members of the Orang Asli and refugee communities, alumni of Dignity of Children Foundation who have graduated from their secondary education and have
gone through some F&B training, as well as 11 secondary school students who are currently undergoing the training programme on weekdays.
Tasked with putting together a sustainable menu, the young chefs-in-training took three weeks to create a selection of plant-based dishes. The creation of these dishes using OMNI Foods has helped to stimulate creativity and develop important life skills in the youth who helped to prepare them, with proceeds from orders going back to making sure they continue to receive quality education under eat X dignity’s care.
The initiative will run from until till 31 December 2022, and is available for dine-in, takeaway, and GrabFood delivery.
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