FUN COOKING CLASSES AND WELLNESS EVENTS
- Garden Fresh and Therapeutic with the Doctor
- Ugly Fruits and Vegetables can be delicious too
- The Besto Pesto Cooking Competition: Team Building
- Backyard Gardening 101 & 102
- Healthy Superbowl Snacks including Buffalo Cauliflower
- Selecting, Storing and Preserving Produce
- Dash Your Way to a Healthy Heart
- The Smoothy Operator
- Vegetarian Cooking 101
- Eating Seasonally
- Disease specific cooking classes: Cardiovascular disease, Cooking for Diabetics, Eating for Stroke Prevention
Welcome to Alfrea Wellness: Cooking up fun.
So much more than just fun team building
Far too many people lack convenient access to fresh, whole healthy food. We set out to change that—not just by delivering farm fresh produce, but by getting people involved in the full experience of growing their own food, experience the fun learning and team building through cooking events, and enjoying the fruits of their labor. Alfrea Wellness Cooking: soon to be your favorite health and wellness benefits.
Featuring fun community and corporate fresh food healthy cooking classes, workshops, training and events.
Workplace Wellness Learning
GET FARM FRESH TEAM BUILDING EVENTS: GARDENING, COOKING CLASSES, FUN COOKING COMPETITION AND TRAINING IN YOUR OFFICE
We connect corporations, organizations, and communities within a 2-hour radius of Philadelphia to fresh fruits and veggies cooking events, classes and training. Employees create and prepare delicious healthful food in team building programs and workshops. It’s your custom Workplace health and wellness training that’s fun and experiential learning.
Why should more people be growing and eating their own fresh food?
When people grow their own food, they eat more fruits and veggies. When they eat more fruits and veggies, they’re healthier. Add in the social aspect of gardening together, and you’ve got a huge morale booster, too. Getting involved in the fresh food movement is a natural, affordable solution to our corporate and community health problems. Not to mention…have you ever tasted a fresh-picked tomato?