Anthony Bourdain Will Take On Food Waste In New Documentary

Posted: Aug 25, 2017


Source: Wasted Trailer | You Tube

Forward by Go-Wine.Com. This post includes excerpts from two important articles by Chris Fuhrmeister of Eater.com announcing a multi-Chef initiative to support the initiatives to stop world hunger. We congratulate the team on the Wasted! initiative for taking a stand.

Anthony Bourdain’s latest project, Wasted!: The Story of Food Waste, will see its theatrical and video-on-demand release on Friday, October 13. The documentary addresses the global food waste problem and boasts a veritable who’s who of modern culinary stars.


Source: YouTube

Among the famous faces spotted in Wasted’s just-released trailer are Bourdain himself, Dan Barber, Mario Batali, Massimo Bottura, Sean Brock, and Danny Bowien. Over the course of the 90-minute film, the chefs take ingredients — or parts of ingredients — that are typically considered to be trash and consider how to serve them as delicacies.

From Eater.Com 10/31/16
As the name suggests, Wasted! will shed light on the problem of food waste around the world. Bourdain reportedly will be joined by other food world luminaries such as World’s Best Restaurant chef Massimo Bottura, who’s dedicated himself to conquering food waste; Blue Hill restaurants chef and owner Dan Barber; and Mission Chinese Food co-founder Danny Bowien. Rockefeller Foundation president Judith Rodin tells Variety the film “will show how everyone can make changes to minimize what we throw away.”

The Rockefeller Foundation is a private organization with the stated mission of “promoting the well-being of humanity throughout the world.” Earlier this year, it launched the YieldWise Initiative, which aims to demonstrate “how the world can halve food loss by 2030.” Recent stats indicate that a staggering 40 percent of food produced in the U.S. each year goes uneaten.

Conquering food waste would be an obvious and significant way to address hunger worldwide. Up to 40 percent of food in the United States ends up in a landfill, according to a recent study from the Natural Resources Defense Council, and a press release for the doc claims 1.3 billion tons of food, worth $218 billion, is thrown out annually.

Zero Point Zero, the company responsible for Bourdain’s CNN series, Parts Unknown, produced Wasted. Bourdain veterans and Emmy winners Anna Chai (The Mind of a Chef and The Layover) and Nari Kye (The Mind of a Chef and No Reservations) directed.

“I’m not an activist, but the intent of this film aligns with something that’s very much personal,” Bourdain says in a prepared statement. “I came up in kitchen regimes where you live by an absolute rule of using everything and wasting nothing, and of course, as a traveler, I see again and again how circumstances force people to cook incredibly well with the often very little food available to them.

“One film isn’t going to cure all of society’s ills,” Bourdain says. “But if a few people start thinking about what they’re eating for dinner in a different way or think twice about throwing out what is often the best stuff, it’s a good day.”

By Chris Fuhrmeister
August 24, 2017
Source: Eater.Com






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