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Hello all, 

 

Just joined today and glad I did. Let me please introduce myself first. 

When I was 15 I knew it for sure, once I would get my own restaurant. In my opinion I needed two things: 1 Cooking experience. 2 Knowlegde of economics (hence a restaurant is an enterprise). Now 8 years later I graduated as a Business Economic and saw all kinds of restaurants possible (from star chefs till Olympic games in London). And I've started my own enterprise. I graduated on the topic of Food Waste in the hospitality branch and now I consult companies to reduce their waste and make some money. 

 

I'm looking forward to share my experiences and knowlegde :) And therefore I signed in at this forum. 

 

Cheers

Thomas Luttikhold

post #2 of 6

Welcome to Chef Talk Thomas.

WOW!  Food Waste in the food industries has been a hot button topic at CT in past, I look forward to more discussions with you as the lead.

I hope that you have already taken a moment to review the FAQ and Community Guidelines, should you have questions that are not addressed, please post them in the Feedback & Sugguestion forum.

There is a vast array of people with many different skill levels, you never know where in the world anyone person is.  For instance, I am in Arizona; I'm curious where you are and what types of dishes you create.

Please visit often and once again, welcome.

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For instance, I am in Arizona; I'm curious where you are and what types of dishes you create.

Please visit often and once again, welcome.

 

You never know indeed, I'm from Utrecht in the Netherlands. Don't know if you ever heard of that place. I did of Arizona tho. 

 

Anyways are their already some topics about Food Waste? As I do want get hooked on the discussion if there are some! 

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indeed indeed.  spent time in Nieuwegein. 

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And I have a cousin in Maarssen. :roll: 

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Haha wow, Maarsen. Not a place much foreigners would know ;) 

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