Since the chef David Hertz started Gastromotiva in 2006, he felt the need to create an open and
multi-dimensional space for the co-creation of human-centered solutions related to crucial topics on food and gastronomy.
In the last years, this sensation has grown stronger and different opportunities have presented themselves.
One of them was the Ashoka Globalizer Acceleration Program in which David had the opportunity to meet partners coming from different backgrounds. There, a group started to work together in order to co-create the Social Gastronomy Movement (SGM).
In January 2018, in collaboration with Cargill, Gastromotiva announced the Social Gastronomy Movement during a special breakfast session at the World Food Program tent during the World Economic Forum in Davos.
Connecting individuals and organizations with common Social Gastronomy goals
Inspiring households to change habits and behaviors
Empowering companies to be more social and sustainable through Social Gastronomy
Supporting Social Gastronomy initiatives around the world
Changing consumer behavior, using Social Gastronomy as part of a purchasing decision
Sharing best practices