Food For All People is about green
tops, community gardening, watching crops grow, buying at outdoor markets, supporting local farmers, restaurants and stores that encourage healthy options, attending celebrations of master chefs where partial proceeds go to food kitchens. It's about the earth, protecting it, and taking personal responsibility for its resources, which are paramount to the production of food. It's about supporting those who support the hungry and changing the perception...more.
Commemorative Stamps will be introduced by U.S. Postal Service during National Farmers' Market Week, August 3-9, 2014
Food Bank will be kicking off the EATWISE Change One Thing social marketing campaign – through September 5th – promoting practical, healthy choices NYC teens can make every day without breaking their budget or disrupting their social lives. We're getting the word out through radio, digital and media ads, as well as a transformed ice cream truck featuring an interactive video game as well as healthy snacks, water and prizes. EATWISE Teens will be taking over NYC spreading the message – Don’t Change Your Life, #ChangeOneThing ! The new and revised website features healthy tips for teens to keep up with. Visit www.eatwiseteens.org
Let Us Eat Local: September 17, 2014. 7:30pm – 10:00pm. Save the Date! Just Food's annual tasting benefit Let Us Eat Local will be held on September 17th and The Altman Building in NYC. For more information visit this events webpage with full listing of participants click here...
Bow Ties & Burgers: Thursday, September 18, 2014 Center 548 (548 West 22nd Street) 7:00-10:00 p.m. City Harvest is thrilled to introduce Bow Ties & Burgers, an exciting new event to take place this fall. This one-of-a-kind evening invites guests to wear fancy dresses and dapper bowties while they dine on burgers, shakes, specialty drinks and treats. Click here to purchase tickets...