From Industrial Food to World Food: a book launch and panel discussion

Wednesday, October 16, 2013 - 22:00

How does industrial food influence the way we eat?
What are communities around the world doing to respond to this challenge?
Can we restore a healthy and just food system?
How is public consciousness around food changing? 

 
Celebrate World Food Day with a special book launch and panel discussion moderated by Donna Tranquada, volunteer with Food and Water First, featuring author of The Industrial Diet Anthony Winson, No Nonsense Guide to World Food, Second Edition author Wayne Roberts, FoodShare Executive Director Debbie Field, and Executive Director of Marin Organic in California Jeffrey Westman .

Meet the author’s of FoodShare’s first cookbook, Marion Kane and Adrienne De Francesco, and purchase your very own signed copy of share: Delicious Dishes from FoodShare and Friends

The event is FREE and snacks will be provided. Books will be available for sale and signing.

FoodShare Toronto
90 Croatia
Toronto
Canada
CA

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