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Electrolux champions a changed professional kitchen
Electrolux Professional has launched the Taste the Stress campaign to help champion a leaner, healthier, more sustainable and profitable kitchen.
A recent survey* for Electrolux Professional found that 79% of chefs in North America experience negative stress at work at least once a week and almost half (44%) state that they have been on sick leave due to stress – with the industry suffering as a result. The Taste the Stress campaign aims to raise awareness about the growing culture of negative stress in professional kitchens, challenge the perception that great tasting food requires a stressful kitchen, and lead to a happier, healthier more sustainable workplace.
“We live in a time when people care more about the story and process behind the food on our plates. But there’s a missing link in the farm to table movement – chefs. We believe that great food can be created through a happier, healthier work-life in the kitchen, and that’s why we wanted to test if negative stress really is indispensable,” says Corey Siegel, Electrolux Professional Corporate Executive Chef for North America.
To find out more about the Taste the Stress campaign, click here, or download the white paper below.
* 208 chefs aged 18-65+ in North America
|Electrolux Professional – Taste the Stress – White paper February 9, 2017 - Language: English||February 9, 2017||English|
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