TORONTO — Ambition Nutrition, a symposium hosted by George Brown College’s (GBC) Centre for Hospitality and Culinary Arts, is returning for 2021 as a three-day virtual event.
This year’s event, which will take place May 12 to 14, aims to “invest in a future of health by bridging the gap between research, education, diet and the culinary arts.”
The symposium will bring together culinary professionals, influential speakers, dietitians, researchers and chefs to share insights on topics such as food literacy, food policy, public health, community food programs and food insecurity. And, the event will culminate in interactive cook-along-at-home sessions, focused on global cuisine and plant-forward menus, led by chefs Bashir Munye and Amy Symington
Registration for Ambition Nutrition 2021 is now open at gbcnutrition.ca. A portion of the proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to cancer-support community Gilda’s Club. The first 300 registrants will also receive a complimentary copy of The Long Table Cookbook: Plant-Based Recipes for Optimal Health by Amy Symington.