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The Burnt Chef Project

Just 80 of our limited edition Burnt Chef knife will be made, with 10% from every sale going to The Burnt Chef Project’s campaign to eradicate the stigma around mental health within the hospitality industry.

“80% of professionals within the hospitality industry report having experienced at least one instance of poor mental health, such as anxiety or depression, as a result of their role within the trade.”

Kris Hall – Founder, The Burnt Chef Project

(From a survey carried out April 2020)

The Burnt Chef Project is a non-profit campaign operating within hospitality to challenge mental health stigma through online training, open conversations and sales of branded custom merchandise. The project is committed to burning the stigma of mental health through information and education across the 3.2 million people that work within hospitality in the UK.

Founder Kris Hall explains:

“It’s our continued focus to work with hospitality businesses and staff to improve working conditions through education. Work will also be needed to review internal health and safety and mental health policies that will ultimately lead to a reduction in stress and decreased risk of poor mental health.”

The Burnt Chef Project and Savernake Knives have partnered to create a limited edition Burnt Chef Project X Savernake custom knife, with 10% of all proceeds going direct to The Burnt Chef Project’s campaign to eradicate the stigma around mental health within the hospitality industry.

The hand-made Burnt Chef knife, which draws inspiration from a Japanese Gyuto – renowned for its precision slicing capabilities – sports a 9” concave blade and striking white on black resin handle illustrative of the Burnt Chef’s brain logo. It’s a beautifully balanced, clean and refined knife designed to appeal to professional chefs and home cooks alike.

Just 80 individually numbered knives will be produced – representing the 80% of professionals within the hospitality industry who, in a recent survey by The Burnt Chef Project reported having experienced at least one instance of poor mental health, such as anxiety or depression, as a result of their role within the trade.

 

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