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Executive Chef Ahmad Nourzad & Executive Sous Chef Ashley Mitchell

Chef Ahmad Nourzad and Chef Ashley Mitchell

 

How do you take a 37 year old catering company that produces a lion’s share of weddings and galas, not to mention numerous corporate and non-profit events, and make it one of the most relevant and well-respected catering companies in the country? By tirelessly working on sustainable menus, building relationships with organic farmers and aligning with top suppliers, that’s how.

 

Thank you Executive Chef Ahmad Nourzad and Executive Sous Chef Ashley Mitchell for all you do for Affairs to Remember Caterers and to help make Atlanta a Greener city!

 

Share with us in the comments section below, who is your favorite Atlanta chef?

 

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Georgia Grown

Georgia Grown—a program of the Georgia Department of Agriculture, led by Commissioner Gary W. Black—is a program designed to help businesses with a vested interest in Georgia’s agriculture become even more successful.

 

Georgia Grown is also a brand that is “desired by business and consumers who want to buy and promote Georgia’s locally grown products. It’s a brand with deep roots in sustainability, quality and integrity.”

 

One of the programs within Georgia Grown is the “Georgia Grown Executive Chefs” program, of which Affairs to Remember’s Chef Ahmad Nourzad joined in 2013. Georgia Grown Executive Chefs—four are inducted into the program each year—promote to chefs and consumers throughout the state to buy and use produce and other products made in Georgia.

 

Executive Chef Ahmad Nourzad has made two videos for Georgia Grown. Click on the photo to view one of them…

 

Chef Ahmad Nourzad, Georgia Grown Executive Chef

 

The most recent Executive Chef at the Georgia Governor’s Mansion, where she served for 33 years, Chef Holly Chute this year accepted the position of “Georgia’s Chef“, the culinary ambassador for Georgia Grown. We eagerly look forward to the greatness Chef Holly will bring to Georgia Grown!

 

What percentage of your weekly grocery shopping is made or grown here in Georgia? Let us know in the comments section below—and let us know where you’d like that percentage to be.

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