Mark your calendars to celebrate real food on Food Day 2013 October 24! Food Day is a nationwide celebration of healthy, sustainable, and affordable food. Learn more.
Food Day is a nationwide celebration of healthy, affordable, and sustainably produced food and a grassroots campaign for better food policies. It builds all year long and culminates on October 24. [ … ]
Yesterday was Food Day 2012. And while I try to keep my posts positive, I take a pass on this one. Here’s the scoop… I’ve been excited about this day [ … ]
Food Day 2012 rapidly approaches — a day we hope to inspire ourselves and others to eat real food. If you want to participate, but you’re still wondering how, have you considered hosting a real food film festival?
As we approach Food Day 2012, we have an opportunity to be more mindful of our sugary drink intake. And if you’re clever, you can earn some green. The Center for Science in the Public Interest encourages you to “Pour One Out on Food Day” by sponsoring a video contest.
Mark your calendars for October 24th my friends. Food Day has been around in one form or another since 1975. Its organizers describe it as “a nationwide celebration and movement for healthy, affordable, and sustainable food.” This year’s theme is “Eat Real.”
A little less than three months: That’s how long you have to figure out how you will celebrate and support Food Day on October 24, 2012!
“Food Day” is one week from today, October 24th. This day pushes us to “eat real food” (not unprocessed food or GMOs) and I’ve seen it described as the most influential day in all of Food Month (October).
The day was started by the Center for Science in the Public Interest and this is actually its inaugural year.
Food Day is coming up on October 24. To help everyone with the planning, the sponsors of Food Day have put together a free recipe booklet with twenty-eight recipes from some of America’s top chefs.
The folks at the Food Day site have put together a curriculum for healthy eating that can be used for elementary and middle school students.
Food Day is on October 24 this year – only three months away. To help with Food Day planning, the Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) has put together a set of guides.
Food Day’s goal is nothing less than to transform the American diet.