The Women4Women magazine is back with a new and already 6th issue. Who does not love food?! And who knows, maybe we can inspire you to also jump on the cooking, gardening or baking lane. 😊 Let us dive into the world of food, flavors and different countries’ cuisines.
“Food keeps us alive, making us strong and happy!”
The Food edition addresses our women contributors’ passion to cook, bake, garden and experiment with everything the vast area of food has to offer. From Japan to South Africa and back to us here in Europe, we give you the chance to experience all the different countries’ flavors and experiences.
YURIKO ODA is Manager Bio Science & Engineering Laboratory FUJIFILM Corporation & Products Planning & Brand Promotion Headquarters Manager FUJIFILM Healthcare Laboratory Co., Ltd. based in Fujifilm’s home country Japa. As Fujifilm is a chemical manufacturer, so we did not have an in-depth, Yuriko is part of the supplement business. In her story, she shares with us her experiences and advice regarding supplements, and which impact they might have
In Singapore, you have the chance to meet Ivy Leng Yen Hwee, Head of Business Development, FUJIFILM Business Innovation Singapore. Since Singapore is multi-racial society, she is glad that she took up home economics classes in high school for five years which equipped her with the knowledge to prepare many diverse types of dishes. Check out the delicious meal she shared with us!
Amanda Ollis, Key Account Manager, Imaging Solutions Division, FUJIFILM South Africa Ltd., takes us to beautiful and colorful South Africa. While she is doing a fantastic job within our instax Family, she lacks some talent in the cooking area, as she says herself. However, she faced the unknown and started her cooking journey and one dish is the clear winner: Cape Malay Bobotie – comfort food at its best.
The UAE has a lot to offer regarding spices and culinary flavors. Wajiha Zafar, Application Specialist IVD Business Division FUJIFILM Middle East FZE, presents to us her culture’s cuisine. Do you know what ‘Desi Chinese Food’ is? Better check out her story.
Welcome to Turkey! Nathalie Stoyanof Suda the Beyaz Fırın General Manager and 5. Generation Representative. The bakery was established back in 1836 and has been in the family ever since. Believe it or not, she is the first women to manage the bakery. Keeping tradition and future in mind, the bakery follows and addresses issues regarding sustainability and society while keeping its traditional touch.
Giulia VIllaniI is part of the Marketing & Pre-Sales Team, Medical Systems Division of FUJIFILM Italia SpA. She is the mother of a little boy and shares her experiences about pregnancy and maternity in general with us from a nutrition point of view. Finally, you should check out her ‘Pumpkin goat’s cheese risotto.’
In Portugal, you have the chance to meet our lovely colleagues Monica Carvalho, Lilia Marques and Sofia Santos from FUJIFILM Portugal, S.A. Christmas was approaching, so they followed the theme ‘Bringing people together through food – the Portuguese way.’
Who loves gardening? Sally-Ann Pilcher, Personal Assistant Imaging Solutions UKFUJIFILM UK Ltd., always loved gardening because it keeps her fit both physically and mentally. She noticed a common habit among her colleagues and
Tessa de Kok, Marketing Lead at instax Netherlands FUJIFILM Imaging Products & Solutions, combines her knowledge of Marketing with her passion for cooking and food. What do both have in common? She reveals this answer in her story
Marie-Sophie Klüber is only 20 years old and one of our trainees here at Fujifilm Europe’s Headquarters in Germany. Read more about her story and about the project ‘Gardening4Ju’ which elicited her passion for gardening.
Last but definitely not the least Ana Potasiak who is also the photographer in charge of this W4W edition. She is a Polish-born free-lance food photographer and stylist living in England with her husband, two children and their golden retriever. She shoots for a variety of clients, from bigger companies and marketing agencies to artisanal food producers.
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