A recent $40,000 donation by Kraft Heinz Canada in support of Humber College’s Culinary and Baking programs in the Longo Faculty of Business will help students gain real-world expertise by bringing education and industry together and accelerating their unlimited potential. This contribution demonstrates Kraft Heinz’s commitment to the growth and learning of students via a blend of culinary, baking and entrepreneurship opportunities.
The company will support:
On November 11, 2019, Humber and Kraft Heinz unveiled a new plaque on the donor wall located in Gratitude Hall at Humber’s North Campus. Kraft Heinz attendees included Chef Thomas Heintz, Corporate Chef, 2011 Humber graduate of the Certified Chef de Cuisine certificate program and member of Humber’s Culinary Management Program Advisory Committee. Other attendees included Rocco Crocco, Associate Director of Foodservice Marketing and Clint Casmiro, Senior Associate Brand Manager.
Headquartered in Toronto, Kraft Heinz Canada has an unparalleled portfolio of iconic brands. With $3.5 billion in annual gross revenue and almost 10 percent of global sales, Kraft Heinz is the number one food and beverage and foodservice company in Canada.
Alvina Cassiani, Senior Dean of the Longo Faculty of Business, expressed her gratitude on behalf of Humber. “Your support provides students with an extra advantage, ensuring that they receive comprehensive training in food operations. It inspires them to be creative in their approach to food and enables them to explore their skills with confidence. This type of experiential learning is invaluable and we are so grateful for your support.”
Together, Kraft Heinz Canada and Humber are transforming the learning experience and helping students to become the innovative culinary entrepreneurs and leaders of tomorrow.