Top chef Massimo Bottura wants world to embrace his soup kitchens

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For the chef behind the world’s No.1 restaurant, the dining table — a tavola — has always been where the action happens. Today his enthusiasm to feed has gone global, not only at his award-winning restaurant, but now feeding the world’s poor with “rescued food”. It was meant to be a demonstration project during Milan’s Expo but has continued to serve hungry homeless people and refugees. Bottura says the project was “so big and so good and so contagious” that chefs jumped on board the second they were told.

For the chef behind the world’s No.1 restaurant, the dining table — a tavola — has always been where the action happens. Today his enthusiasm to feed has gone global, not only at his award-winning restaurant, but now feeding the world’s poor with “rescued food”.

It was meant to be a demonstration project during Milan’s Expo but has continued to serve hungry homeless people and refugees. Bottura says the project was “so big and so good and so contagious” that chefs jumped on board the second they were told.