50 Next 2022 List Has Been Announced in Bilbao

The 50 Next list, where 50 Best, which chooses the best restaurants and bars in the world, chose the future stars in gastronomy, has been announced. The list, which was announced with a live all-day event in Bilbao, Spain, includes names aged 35 and under, defined as the leaders of the future in the field of gastronomy.

The youngest name on the 50 Next 2022 list is 22-year-old Ghanaian coder Mustapha Diyaol-Haqq, who is leading the charge for agricultural innovation.

Important chefs of the gastronomy world Mauro Colagreco, Dominique Crenn and Joan Roca also took part in the 50 Next event with a series of presentations, live interviews and interactive panels to celebrate the voices of the future of gastronomy.

50 Next: Class of 2022

Empowering Educators

▪ Arielle Johnson, 35 – New York, USA

▪ Charles Michel, 36 – Bogotá, Colombia

▪ Chloé Charles, 35 – Paris, France

▪ Anusha Murthy, 30, and Elizabeth Yorke, 29 – Bangalore, India

▪ Yi Jun Loh, 29 – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

▪ Vinesh Johny, 33 – Bangalore, India

Entrepreneurial Creatives

▪ Camila Fiol Stephens, 34 – Santiago, Chile

▪ Caroline Cotto, 29 – Oakland, USA

▪ Dinara Kasko, 33 – Kharkov City, Ukraine

▪ Juan Pablo Medina, 29 – Copenhagen, Denmark

▪ Mariana da Silva Vasconcelos, 30 – Campinas, Brazil

▪ Oscar Ekponimo, 36 – Abuja, Nigeria

▪ Travinder Singh, 31 – Singapore

Gamechanging Producers

▪ Corrado Paternò Castello, 30 – Catania, Italy

▪ Dharath Hoonchamlong, 29 – Bangkok, Thailand

▪ Jessica Naomi Fong, 31 – Hong Kong

▪ Martin Texier, 32 – Saint-Julien-en-Saint-Alban, France

▪ Pol Contreras Vilapriñó, 36 – Ezcaray, Spain

▪ Rosanna Gahler, 25 – Alt Madlitz, Germany

▪ Yu Hsuan Cheng, 34 – Taipei

▪ Rahaf Allymoni, 29 – Amsterdam, Netherlands

Hospitality Pioneers

▪ Debora Fadul, 36 – Guatemala City, Guatemala

▪ Jackwing Yao, 31, Lola Liu, 30 and Tiger Liang, 27 – Guangzhou and Shenzhen, China

▪ Javier Rivero Yarza, 31 – Tolosa, Basque Country

▪ Michael Adé Elégbèdé, 32 – Lagos, Nigeria

▪ Mmabatho Molefe, 27 – Cape Town, South Africa

▪ Santiago Lastra, 32 – London, UK

▪ Mette Brink Søberg, 32 – Copenhagen, Denmark

▪ Zineb Hattab, 32 – Zurich, Switzerland

Science Innovators

▪ Asrar Damdam, 29 – Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

▪ Eneko Axpe, 35 – San Francisco, USA

▪ Gregory Constantine, 33 – New York, USA and Stafford Sheehan, 33 – New York, USA

▪ Jessica Bogard, 34 – Brisbane, Australia

▪ Nidiya Kusmaya, 30 – Sukabumi, Indonesia

▪ Risha Jasmine Nathan, 34 – New Delhi, India

▪ Verleen Goh, 35 – Singapore

▪ Sara Marquart, 33 – Zurich, Switzerland and Maximilian Marquart, 36 – Munich, Germany

Tech Disruptors

▪ Daniella Kwayu, 31 – Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

▪ Fengru Lin, 34 – Singapore

▪ Magdalena Jüngst, 29, and Tim Jäger, 30 – Munich, Germany

▪ Mustapha Diyaol-Haqq, 22 – Accra, Ghana

▪ Nick Berry, 34 – Kingscote, Australia

▪ Scott-William Braley, 34 – Le Havre, France

▪ Farah Emara, 31 – Giza, Egypt

Trailblazing Activists

▪ Alpha Sennon, 35 – Siparia, Trinidad and Tobago

▪ Nicola Kagoro, 33 – Harare, Zimbabwe

▪ Nidhi Pant, 29 – Mumbai, India

▪ Zacarias González, 37 – New York, USA

▪ Jenny Dorsey, 31 – Los Angeles, USA

▪ Lefteris Arapakis, 28 – Piraeus, Greece