Vocational school students and high school students take on the challenge of solving problems in the “Milk Smile Project” by the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries
Sweets and bread shop using milk opens for a limited time at Tokyu Plaza Shibuya
The problem of a large amount of surplus milk that occurs every winter. In order to minimize food loss, we will sell sweets and bread that consume a lot of milk with recipes developed by vocational school students and high school students.
Due to the outbreak of nationwide butter shortages, a plan to increase milk production was implemented. Immediately after that, the demand for commercial butter stagnated due to the impact of the new coronavirus, and as a result of a mismatch between supply and demand, there was a problem of surplus raw milk, and there was concern that about 5,000 tons of raw milk would be discarded in Japan.
Therefore, the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries launched the Smile Project with Milk. We are working to expand consumption of milk and dairy products.
Educational corporation Murakawa Gakuen is the only member of the project member in Japan as a training facility for cooking and confectionery. , In order to propose a solution, we will sell sweets and bread at the event space “shibuya-san” on the 1st floor of Tokyu Plaza Shibuya.
December 19, 2022 Product presentation held at Yamate Cooking and Confectionery College Students came up with their own ideas from professionals such as Meiji Dairies, culinary researcher Chinami Hamauchi, and Malmaison owner patissier Eizo Oyama. The sweets were evaluated and commercialized
◆Schedule Saturday, January 21, 2023 to Monday, February 23, 2023 13:00-19:00 Sales location: Tokyu Plaza 1F shibuya-san
Shibuya Fukuras 1F, 1-2-3 Dogenzaka, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
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