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A presentation event of the results achieved in our Zero Waste Catering Lab project was held on January 22, 2024 in the Oaza-Joyful Kitchen restaurant.

We presented our exciting journey in the international Erasmus+ project to  associates and representatives of State, City institutions and the media.
Together with a consortium of partners from Italy, Slovenia, Belgium and Croatia, we started this project 26 months ago.

We are very proud of all the project participants, especially the students who explored the possibilities of sustainable catering with great curiosity and creativity.
Our student chefs and pastry chefs presented the ZW Catering lab e-book, which includes video recipes and tips on how to prepare dishes in an environmentally friendly way, and how to pack and transport food in a sustainable way. They inspired us with their experiences during the LTT trip in Italy and Belgium and Zagreb and shared some culinary zero waste tricks and tips.
At the presentation, the participants who joined our Zero Waste application, which connects stakeholders in the process from food production to its sale in catering establishments, shared their experiences on the panel. They told us what challenges they are dealing with, and supported the initiative of the importance of mutual learning and connection.
All project results are available on our website:

In the project we created: ZW e-book with video recipes, and ZW catering lab application that connects restaurateurs, local producers and guests (ordering food) in Croatia, Slovenia, Italy and Belgium, all with the aim of developing eco lifestyles.
We are happy that the project achieved such valuable and useful results, and especially that we gained new associates and

Thanks to HRT for supporting us and publishing the story about our project:

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This project has been funded with support from the European Commission.
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