Award winning 11 year old chef become CEO of plant based restaurant

It is good to see that the younger generation is getting involved in the kitchen. From a young age, Omari has learned how to cook and is now an award winning chef at the young age of 11 with his own business.

Home economics is a popular subject in Scottish schools but focuses mainly on bakery items rather than teaching kids how to properly cook. Omari offers cooking classes from home which he runs by himself, as well as his own online business. Many young children who do have unwell parents may be left without proper meals and this offers them the chance to learn new skills that they can use at home. Even those who have parents cooking at home it gives them the opportunity to cook for the family whilst providing nutritious meals.

Having the business from such a young age gives Omari the opportunity and space to grow his own brand, an opportunity not a lot of 11-year olds have. For example, the famous Levi Roots who pitched his Reggae Reggae sauce to the Dragons Den and is now sold across supermarkets worldwide. A small business producing solely condiments only, has succeeded into a multi-million-pound business.

Omari hosts a pop- up restaurant next month featuring vegan food. Here’s hoping his business is as successful as Levi Roots is!

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