Corporate Wellness

Clean Plates, Zero Waste

412 Food Rescue’s Clean Plate Cooking Classes focus on healthy eating and eliminating food waste with nutritious and delightful recipes that are simple enough to make at home.

Our classes balance verified nutrition information with no-waste recipes that save both time and money. Your team will engage in a meaningful experience that will directly benefit 412 Food Rescue’s Food Education Program to provide comprehensive nutrition and healthy cooking classes to our nonprofit partners.

Including our Clean Plate Cooking Classes as a part of your organization or company’s wellness programming will enhance employee satisfaction and well-being, both at work and at home, and allow 412 Food Rescue to bring food education to our nonprofit partners across Allegheny County.

Clean Plate Cooking Classes are perfect for team building opportunities, corporate wellness, and employee engagement. 

Choose between one of our package options below, or contact us to customize a package to meet the needs of your team!

Hands-On Cooking Classes

$ 100

per participant
  •  1 – 1.5 hours
  • Nutrition 101 and healthy cooking
  • Participants will prepare and share a meal together
  • Includes recipe & nutrition booklet
  • Perfect for teams looking to dive into hands-on cooking experiences

Lecture & Cooking Demonstration

$ 50

per participant
  •  1 hour
  • Basic nutrition with healthy cooking demo
  • Samples provided
  • Includes recipe & nutrition booklet
  • An introductory course for teams looking to learn more about healthy cooking

Want to learn more or sign up your team?

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Clean Plate Cooking Classes

Instructor Team

Our instructors are trained chefs, health coaches, and nutritionists who will engage your employees through a fun and impactful team building experience.

Susan Seletz

Susan Seletz

Instructor

Susan Seletz is a Pittsburgh native and CMU graduate who returned in 2015, having lived in numerous metropolitan areas in the US and abroad. A consumer products professional, she worked for Clairol and Procter & Gamble International before embarking on her second career in the food industry. Susan joined Figlio of Columbus in their scratch kitchen, where she remained for five years before teaching Cooking Matters classes there and then piloting the program in Pittsburgh with 412 Food Rescue.

Amber Webb

Amber Webb

Instructor

Amber Webb holds degrees in Nutrition and Sociology from Colorado State University as well as a graduate degree in Food Studies from Chatham University. She currently runs the teaching kitchen at The Sampson Family YMCA in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Her experience working in community nutrition, urban agriculture and community development has greatly shaped her passion to share knowledge. She loves to engage people through delicious food and teach them to become more empowered consumers, cooks and gardeners. In her spare time, she likes to explore the outdoors, garden, and work on fermenting and food preservation projects.

Celia Rodriguez Kinville

Celia Rodriguez Kinville

Instructor

Celia Kinville has her Masters in Social Work and works with individuals in regards to their health goals. Celia has over 15 years experience in the health and wellness arena with a focus on nutrition, healthy eating as a lifestyle, not a diet, and finding what works for each individual by incorporating food and supplementation with the goal of becoming the best version of yourself.