What can be better than sourcing local food? Come to the 2012 Slow Food Central NJ’s “EAT SLOW” Winter Farmers Markets in December, January and February and stock up on locally produced meats, breads, mushrooms, cheeses, wine, baked goods, sweets, pies and much more.
FOOD DAY 10/24/12, seeks to inspire community action in every city and state in the country, with individual and organizations coming together on October 24 to learn, debate, and mobilize to improve our food system and the American diet. Coming two weeks before Election Day, Food Day is a perfect time to invite congressional and other candidates to debates on foor and farm issues.
Go to http://www.FoodDay.org/, to learn how to organize of attend a Food Day event, or volunteer to be a lead organizer in your community.