Dr Rupy will be hosting ‘Public Sector Kitchen’ on the second day of the Expo, where he will chat with leading public sector chefs about their work and daily challenges while they demonstrate some dishes they prepare for their customers.
The Expo is returning, following an 18-month break enforced by Covid lockdowns, with a lively programme of speakers, events plus an exhibition and networking opportunities.
The Expo, which is free to attend, aims to bring together chefs and caterers from across all areas of the public sector – from schools to hospitals, universities, catering colleges, the social care sector, prisons through to the military. Together they account for three billion meals served a year in the UK, representing a significant part of the UK economy.
Dr Rupy is the founder of ‘The Doctor’s Kitchen’, which strives to ‘inspire and educate’ everybody about the beauty of food and medicinal effects of eating well. Creating healthy and delicious recipes using carefully selected ingredients, he explains the clinical research behind them and shares across his media platforms.
He is a Sunday Times bestselling author, with three cookbooks published by HarperCollins including ‘The Doctor’s Kitchen’ and ‘Eat to Beat Illness’ and ‘Doctor's Kitchen 3-2-1’. Dr Rupy is also the founding director of Culinary Medicine, a non-profit organisation which aims to teach doctors and medical students the foundations of nutrition, as well as teaching them how to cook.
Attendees can register for a FREE ticket to the PSC Expo here.