#KidsCanCook in Sabah!

Stanley Wang, from Ayam Brand, working with the participants on recipe designed by Ayam Brand chef.
Stanley Wang, from Ayam Brand, working with the participants on recipe designed by Ayam Brand chef.

Don’t know what to cook, don’t know how to cook, or too tired after work to try a complicated recipe? This is a problem that many Malaysians face as we battle busy lifestyles. Compounding this problem is that the younger generation doesn’t have much in the way of culinary skills, and are making unhealthy but easy food choices such as ‘fast food’.

In response to this situation, Ayam Brand, the purveyor of quality canned food that is famed for its wide range of healthy and convenient, preservative-free canned products has introduced the Kids Can Cook campaignas part of its annual CSR Charity Campaign that has benefited more than 14,800 underprivileged children, disabled, elderly and single mothers.

All the recipients of the Ayam Brand Community Care 2015
All the recipients of the Ayam Brand Community Care 2015

Representatives from Bukit Harapan Home, Pusat Kebajikan Care Haven, Rumah Anak Yatim As-Sakinah and Taman Didikan Kanak-kanak Kurang Upaya (TDDKI) Sembulan were on hand to receive Ayam Brand™ products sufficient for daily consumption over two months.

Celebrity Chef Loke of NTV7’s “Good Morning Tai Tai” fame will conduct hands-on cooking classes for children from charity homes to give them the taste of culinary school; that will be All About Tuna; Tuna Sushi, Tuna Puff, Tuna Pizza and Tuna Sandwich.

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