RefettoRio Gastromotiva’s Olympic Challenge

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Do you follow the Olympic Games 2016, which is organized in Brasil, recently? If you do, you already saw how the athletes are struggling each other. However, there is also another struggle that you couldn’t see on TV. This struggle is to handle with hunger in Rio! This amazing group is doing a great job in Olympic Games 2016 in Rio, Brasil. They came together to realize a volunteer project for Rio’s poor. This project is called RefettoRio Gastromotiva. From designers of the Olympic Restaurant to the chefs, they all believe in this job.

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Campana Brothers, David Hertz, Patricia Urquiola, and also Metro Arquitetos, Vik Muniz, and Maneco Quinderé take their responsibility for this project. Alexandra Forbes, and well-known Italian chef Massimo Bottura prepares the best dishes for both athletes and for poor.

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The founder of the Gastromotiva, David Hertz works together in the kitchen with Massimo Bottura.

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The well-known two chefs from the Olympic Village’s restaurant Massimo Bottura, the Italian chef, and Osteria Francescana, named the best in the world this year, are helping to feed Rio’s poor with food left over from the 11,000 athletes at Olympic Village.

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RefettoRio Gastromotiva aims to produce some 5,000 meals daily using only those ingredients that would otherwise head for the bin.

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