Experts to discuss post-pandemic food trends

Culinary experts will tackle next year’s forecast on food trends and different strategies to help established restaurateurs and starting business owners thrive amid the lockdown during the ongoing 2021 Manila Foods and Beverages Expo (MAFBEX) Wired. 

The aforementioned discussion is scheduled on Oct. 22. MAFBEX Wired opened on Oct. 6 and runs until Oct. 29.

Slimmer’s World International nutritionist-dietitian and De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde educator Marivic Lucasan will list down nutritious food options and plant-based alternatives to foster healthy consumption. Greenpak Philippines business development manager IA Lising will discuss the importance and long-term benefits of eco-friendly food packaging made of 100 percent biodegradable and compostable paper. 

China Plant-Based Foods Association chef ambassador Francois Guissani
China Plant-Based Foods Association chef ambassador Francois Guissani will dive into international cuisine, while Center for Culinary Arts Manila instructor Chef Gelo Guison will present the various facets of local and homegrown dishes. 

Experts to discuss post-pandemic food trends
Culinary Arts Manila instructor Chef Gelo Guison
MAFBEX features a series of workshops featuring experts, including Benilde Culinary Arts alumna Chef Austin Cale Labago, who will reveal several tips in pasta-making on Oct. 26, and Benilde Culinary Arts chairperson Chef Margarita Marty, who will share her Latin Chicken Rice recipe on Oct. 27.

Benilde Culinary Arts chairperson Chef Margarita Marty
All lectures, workshops, and seminars are free and open to the public. Register through

Topics: 2021 Manila Foods and Beverages Expo Wired , Marivic Lucasan , Greenpak Philippines
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