Chef José Andrés is at the center of the world stage. “I want to end hunger in India. I want to end hunger in Africa. And I’m bold enough and crazy enough to think I can do it,” he says. That Andrés wants to feed every human on earth can have a monumental impact on people’s lives.
There are two sides of Andrés’s life: the humanitarian and the businessman both developed through World Central Kitchen. He created it since 2010 as a not-for-profit non-governmental organization devoted to providing meals in the wake of natural disasters. Since then, WCK has served nearly 70 million meals in practically every corner of the globe. Yes, he is trying to feed the world, believe it or not! And that is not a metaphor.
To honor the archetypal fervor of this Spanish American immigrant, we make this arrangement using red and yellows colors through different orchids, tulips, pincushions, thistle, ranunculus and more. A natural accent always gives this composition a ceremonious and theatrical look. To celebrate the two countries that Chef José Andrés carry in his heart. He became famous feeding the fortunate, a hero feeding the unfortunate as he does on the Ukraine border right now. Thanks Chef Andrés to make hungry people can eat.