Callum Hann

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Callum Hann

Callum Hann is a cook, author and passionate food educator, drawing inspiration from his Barossa Valley heritage and the best produce SA has to offer.

In 2011 he co-founded Sprout, a 100% hands on interactive cooking school, followed by Sprout Health Studio in 2015, Sprout Training in 2017, and Dietary Hawk in 2018.

Sprout cooking school aims to equip every day Australians with the skills and knowledge required to cook and enjoy fresh healthy food and in turn live a healthy life, while Sprout Health Studio is comprised of a group of likeminded allied health professionals dedicated to helping individuals regain control of their health.

Sprout Training is a registered training organisation established to educate food services around Australia or anyone handling food about how to manage dietary requirements.

Callum honed his craft from a young age, having worked in several restaurants in South Australia and Victoria starting at the age of 14. In 2012, he released his first cookbook “The Starter Kitchen”, and in 2014 released his second cookbook, “I’d Eat That!”. In 2016 Callum co-authored his third cookbook Quick. Easy. Healthy. featuring a collection of Sprout’s most popular cooking class recipes. Callum is currently a regular written contributor to SA Life magazine, ACH Group, Brand South Australia and Health Partners.

Callum is known for his varied media roles including his current hosting duties on Channel 7’s SA Weekender, his second place in Masterchef Australia in 2010 and winning Masterchef Allstars in 2012. Callum is also an ambassador for Market Fresh SA and the Adelaide Crows.