About Us

At Edible Education, the mission remains the same
to get all people excited about real food. 

Real food. Real kids. Real good! Let’s get cooking!

Chef Ann Butler, a former high school culinary arts teacher, discovered that educating teenagers about food and nutrition was much overdue. What started out as a venture to teach younger children about food, turned into a multi-dimensional company called The Edible Education Group. With four children’s schools in Richmond and Atlanta, a Midlothian restaurant called 21 Spoons, culinary kits sold through Etsy, and Kitchen a la Carts – portable, teaching kitchens sold across the country – Ann and The Edible Education Group are on a mission to get kids, educators, and everyone in between, excited about food!

In 2010, Ann took off with Edible Education, a children’s culinary experience, teaching classes to nearby schools. After partnering with a non-profit, she was awarded a grant which allowed her to bring her business to five schools a month for three years while collecting data.

As Ann’s business continued to grow, she could no longer teach her 60 students from Winterpock Elementary in her basement. She progressed to a 700-square-foot kitchen rental. With impressive endeavors along the way such as being one of the chefs in Michelle Obama’s Chefs Move to School program, implementing salad bars in Richmond Public Schools, attending a Food Changers party at the Governor’s Mansion, the opening of Edible Education in Midlothian, and leading the largest Food Revolution Day event with English Chef and restaurateur, Jamie Oliver, Ann’s success with food education was on the rise.

Exhausted with transporting cooking gear throughout seven counties, Ann collaborated with a food cart designer to create a portable teaching kitchen, the Kitchen a la Cart.

The Edible Education Group was named Top 10 Companies to Watch from Tech Day NYC (2017).  Ann opened a second Edible Education located in Stony Point Fashion Park and now two more schools in Atlanta, as authorized Edible Education schools to test the franchise model.

Edible Education Atlanta is led by Rheitta Ohene-Amoako owner of Learning Hive. Learning Hive was established in 2013 offering early learning, preschool, afterschool and summer camp enrichment for school age children. The core of the Learning Hive curriculum has always been a focus on hands-on learning experiences for children. Cooking and more recently gardening has always been incorporated into the activities at the centers. After a years offering cooking activities using random recipes found on the internet, Rheitta was on a search for a more structured cooking curriculum, designed for children to include in the after-school club offerings. After much research she stumbled on the Kitchen ala Carte through a third-party vendor in 2019, which led her to the Edible Education Educator training program. In May 2020, Chef Ann and her team travelled to Atlanta to take Rheitta and her team through a 2 day intensive training on the Edible Education Curriculum. The following month Rheitta and her team travelled to Virginia to get first hand training at the Edible Education headquarters in Midlothian, and also got a tour of the factory where the Kitchen ala Carte is manufactured.

After many conversations with Chef Ann and her team, what started as an afterschool club, then extended into a school holiday and summer camp program has grown to the first stand alone Edible Education location in Loganville, Georgia.

At Edible Education, the mission remains the same – to get all people excited about real food.
Real food. Real kids. Real good! Let’s get cooking!

Years in Business
Happy Students
Classes & Programs
Certified Chefs

Policy and Procedures:
Refund and Reschedule Policy for Classes and Camps:
Preregistration required for all classes, camps and other special activities.
Classes: A non – refundable cancellation fee of $10 per class
Camps: A non – refundable cancellation fee of $25 per camp or special events

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Edible Education Loganville
3939 Atlanta Hwy. Suite 105, Loganville GA 30052

Phone: 770-466-9550

Edible Education Snellville
3076 Lenora Church Rd., Snellville GA 30078
(In the Learning Hive Building)

Phone: 470-299-4347