Jacob Damgaard

Tourplan: GoCook on Tour

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Week 34
Thursday, August 21, 3-7 pm – Dagli’Brugsen Assens
Friday, August 22, 3-7 pm – SuperBrugsen Mariager
Saturday, August 23, 11 am-3 p – SuperBrugsen Thisted

Week 37
Thursday, September 11, 3-7 pm – SuperBrugsen Galten
Friday, September 12, 3-7 pm – Dagli’Brugsen Løgstrup
Saturday, September 13, 11 am-3 p – SuperBrugsen Ringkøbing

Week 38
Thursday, September 18, 3-7 pm – Dagli’Brugsen Hviding
Friday, September 19, 3-7 pm – Dagli’Brugsen Agerbæk
Saturday, September 20, 11 am-3 p – Kvickly Haderslev

Week 39
Thursday, September 25, 3-7 pm – SuperBrugsen Assens
Friday, September 26, 3-7 pm – Kvickly Dalum
Saturday, September 27, 11 am-3 p – Kvickly Kalundborg

Week 40
Thursday, October 2, 3-7 pm – SuperBrugsen Herfølge
Friday, October 3, 3-7 pm – Kvickly Ringsted
Saturday, October 4, 11 am-3 p – SuperBrugsen Høng

Week 41
Thursday, October 9, 3-7 pm – SuperBrugsen Vallensbæk
Friday, October 10, 3-7 pm – open
Saturday, October 11, 11 am-3 pm – SuperBrugsen Taastrup

GoCook on Tour

Launch of a new educational cooking concept for Denmark’s biggest cooperative.

For the past months lots of energy and passion have been put into developing a new concept for Coop amba. The concept is named ‘GoCook on tour’. For 6 weeks we will be touring Denmark in the old rebuild Citröen HY food truck to visit Coop supermarkets all over Denmark. Local kids are invited to participate in different workshops and cook up hot and spicy vegetable soup - perfect for the Danish autumn weather.

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A corps of volunteers have been educated to take responsibility for the events and education. This is a new and interesting way for Coop to involve volunteers and members in their organization.

Coop is the largest retailer of consumer goods in Denmark and owned by 1.4 million member. To ‘give something back’ to the members is a important part of Coops DNA. GoCook is one initiative in Coop - and one way to ‘give something back’. The aim of GoCook is to educate the first generation of kids to become better chefs than their parents. GoCook stimulate children’s interest for food and cooking, and develop their knowledge and skills upon food. This makes them good chefs and capable of taking responsibly for their own lives and health.

/Jacob