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HÀ NÔI — Movenpick will host healthy cooking classes in honour of World Diabetes Day. The event aims to raise awareness about the importance of healthier eating habits, better lifestyle choices, and early screening.
An estimated 415 million people live with diabetes, and one in ten adults could be affected by 2040, according to the International Diabetes Federation.
Across the Middle East and Asia, 21 Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts will each host a cooking class in November. Participants will learn to make two Power Bites school lunchbox recipes.
Power Bites is a selection of Mövenpick’s exclusive dishes for children. These specialties focus on nutritious ingredients and healthy cooking methods presented in surprising, fun ways. Two new entries were created especially for this new initiative by the blogger-mom Fathima Mansoor of @TableforFiveDubai.
“Mövenpick has a long tradition of offering quality food and beverages. Through the years, we’ve introduced specialist menus like our nutritious Power Bites for children. We’ve focussed our awareness drive on helping to establish healthy eating habits among youngsters, recognising the important part that parents and caretakers play in this respect,” said Andreas Mattmüller, Chief Operating Officer of Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts, Middle East and South Asia.
The classes will take place on the November 10 and are open to children and parents. — VNS
|Feast for the eyes: Fresh spring rolls with poached prawns, noodles and herbs. Photos courtesy of Movenpick Hotel |