Breville Australia partners with Indi Kindi

Breville Australia has launched ‘An Aboriginal Culinary Journey’, a range of kitchen appliances featuring the artwork of four Indigenous artists: Lucy Simpson, Warlimpirrnga Tjapaltjarri, Yukultji (Nolia) Napangati and Yalti Napangati.

Breville is donating 100% of the profits from the sale of the range to create opportunity for Indigenous Australians. Breville has partnered with Indi Kindi to support better childhood nutrition and celebrate Indigenous food culture.

As an early years solution focusing on giving Aboriginal children the best start in life, one of Indi Kindi’s main pillars is #eatwell.

At every session, children and families are served healthy snacks, fresh fruit and a nutritious, home made hot meal. We’ve worked with a dietician to create a menu that’s addressing any deficiencies in the local diet. We also teach the children and parents about the importance of healthy eating habits and physical activity so they can grow their children up strong.

Breville is also donating funds to the National Indigenous Culinary Institute to create employment opportunities for aspiring Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander chefs and to the University of Technology Sydney for Indigenous scholarships and initiatives.

Read more about ‘An Aboriginal Culinary Journey’ here.

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