What is #FairKitchens ?
#FairKitchens is a movement of chefs supporting chefs to inspire a new kitchen culture.
Cooking is a language we’re fluent in, and our passion for food is what makes this industry great. To keep that flame alive, we’re proposing a kitchen culture that’s kinder and more open than the one we know.
The #FairKitchens Code is our starting point, a common voice that reflects our values, nurtures our passion and puts our teams first.
Let’s use it to build a brighter future for the industry.
Let’s work as TEAMS.
T alk openly
We speak out when we have something to say, we make sure others do the same.
E xcite passion
We train, mentor and inspire the next generation. We fuel their flame.
A ct as one
No matter our ethnicity, gender or religion, we share the same goal. We respect each other, hold back from abuse and ask “R U OK?” if we think someone’s not.
M ake time
We make time for breaks – for fresh air and daylight. We rest, relax and recharge where we can.
S ay ‘Good job’
When one of us does a good job, we say it because a pat on the back can make their day.
Leading a Fair Kitchen learn how
One of us can't change the industry, but together we can. Find out what it takes.
FairKitchens in the Media
Listen to the Foodable podcast about FairKitchens. In this episode of the Barron Report Paul talks with Chef Kelly Fields of Willa Jean in New Orleans, Chef Naama Tamir of Lighthouse in New York City, and Chef Einav Gefen Executive Chef at Unilever Food Solutions about the FairKitchens movement. With finding and keeping staff being difficult, the FairKitchens approach proves to be more sustainable in the restaurant world.
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