Culinary Agriculture program

The Center for Culinary Arts or CCA Manila signs a partnership agreement with the University of the Philippines Los Baños College of Agriculture and Food Science to offer Culinary Agriculture program—an interdisciplinary course which aims to produce graduates who will be able deliver ways on how to make sustainable, environment-friendly, and healthy food to the public.  At the signing of a memorandum of understanding are (from left) UP Los Baños Office of International Linkages director Simplicio Medina; College of Agriculture and Food Science Dean Enrico Supangco; UPLB Chancellor Fernando Sanchez Jr.; The Cravings Group chief executive Marinela Trinidad; CCA Manila Chancellor Ma. Veritas Luna; and CCA Manila business development and public relations director Liza Morales.

Topics: Center for Culinary Arts , University of the Philippines , The Cravings Group
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