Monday, November 26, 2012

COP18, Doha: Kitchen of summit to eliminate carbon footprint kicks up one helluva of a carbon footprint!

( Qatar National Convention Centre’s (QNCC)’s battalion of chefs, kitchen and service staff will prepare and serve 200,000 cups of coffee and five tonnes of Arabic mezzes during the 12 days of COP18/CMP8.
During the course of the United Nations Conference on Climate Change (COP18/CMP8), the QNCC’s team of chefs and waiters will serve meals, coffees and snacks to an average of 15,000 delegates, VIPs, media, visitors, contractors and staff each day. The event which will run between November 26 and December 7, will employ a team of 128 chefs, 100 stewarding staff and 650 service staff on rotation and kitchens and serveries will be operating almost non-stop. 

A total of 39 food outlets will operate at QNCC serving delicious, fresh grab-and-go food such as Arabic mixed grill, chicken Biryani, Cantonese noodles, Cuban Panini and Spaghetti Bolognaise.
This is the single biggest food and beverage undertaking so far at QNCC,” said Jeremy Hagenbach, Director of F&B at QNCC.

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