Jamie’s Ministry of Food Australia is dedicated to inspiring people to love and enjoy good food, learn how to cook, understand where it comes from and recognise the power it can have on health, happiness and finances.
Huon Aquaculture was the Jamie’s Ministry of Food Australia’s inaugural food partner, providing portions of salmon to the program’s centres and mobile kitchens so that participants can learn how to cook fish.
The program promotes the values Huon strives to replicate in its local communities, that good, fresh food can be easy and accessible.
“Fresh, simple salmon is one of the tastiest and fastest foods around and learning how to cook our healthy salmon is made even easier by Jamie’s Ministry of Food Australia. My advice is that once you learn that Huon salmon is so simple and easy to cook, you’ll never look back and you’ll have a stack of fast, healthy meals at your fingertips to wow yourself, your family and friends”
– Huon Co-founder and Director, Frances Bender.
Ministry of Food centres give people the opportunity to learn about food and helps to break the barriers we have with preparing our own meals from fresh produce.
In 2014 Huon helped bring the Jamie’s Ministry of Food Pop-up Kitchen to life. The Search set out to find the first a location and after countless submissions the judging panel whittled the selection down to a finalist from each State and Territory.
The winner, Noarlunga in South Australia, was announced at a live cook-along with Jamie in Sydney and is expected to open to the public later in 2014.
You can learn all about Jamie’s Ministry of Food Australia by visiting their website here.