This spring, Electrolux hosted the third edition of its Future Sustainable Kitchen event, following up on forums hosted in 2019 and 2021. ​This year’s theme focused on how we can assist consumers to make healthier and more sustainable choices along the food value chain. ​With around 85% of the environmental impact of home appliances occurring during the use phase, we have a collective responsibility to inspire sustainable behavior change. ​

Electrolux gathered experts from across the food ecosystem – scientists, kitchen producers, food tech start-ups, a chef, their own expert appliance makers, and Hatcher founder Petra Janney – to discuss and discover how to make healthy and sustainable eating the preferred choice. After giving a talk on increasing the adoption of plant-based lifestyles, Petra joined a panel on the topic with Electrolux Chief Design Officer Simon Bradford; Tessa Clarke, Founder and CEO of Olio; and Mike Wolf, Founder & CEO of The Spoon.

Check out the video recap from the forum, or read the event summary from Electrolux below.

‘Nudge, don’t judge’: How the food ecosystem can steer consumers on the sustainability path