Saturday, October 15, 2011

This movement is teaching communities to "Eat Real"
Americans across the country are gearing up for this grassroots mobilization that is aimed at improving America's food policies. Thousands of forums across the country are promoting healthy diets and solving communities food problems.
We will blog local South Florida events but if you are out of the area then check out their website Food to find out what is going in your community.

If you are in the South Florida area check out:

Eat Real America

12:00-3:00 Vegetable Game, Information Table and Eat Real Pledge Cards


Whole Foods Market
St. Rd. 7
Wellington, FL 33470


Date: Sat, Oct 22 @ 12:00pm
Host: Donna W.

Support Local Agriculture Tasting Fair

Join us for an event featuring tastings from local farms.


11701 Lake Victoria Gardens Avenue - Suite 6101
Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410


Date: Mon, Oct 24 @ 12:00pm
Host: Brenna B.

Food Day Block Party

No Registration Necessary-Just Stop by! It's all connected. The diets we select, the foods we grow, the policies we form, and the impact we have. is about America eating real and it's time to get real about food. Help us celebrate with a Food Day Block Party around the store. From local vendors & farms to wholesome food from sustainable sources, our departments will feature what Whole Foods Market is all about, real food!


1400 glades rd suite 110
boca raton, FL 33431


Date: Mon, Oct 24 @ 6:00pm
Host: Kristin B.

University of Miami's Food Day

For the first annual Food Day on Monday October 24th, the University of Miami's Office of Civic and Community Engagement will present a series of events that promote healthy, affordable, sustainable and just food systems. We will be collaborating with local community partners, including organic farms, nonprofit food justice organizations, faculty members, student groups, sustainable restaurants, and food worker organizations throughout South Florida. Together, we hope to raise awareness about food issues in South Florida and mobilize students to become involved in this cause.

The programming for Food Day includes a farmer's market, community organization fair, discussion panel, and film screenings.

We hope to see you there! The events will be free and open to the public. For more information, please email


University of Miami
Coral Gables Campus
Coral Gables, FL 33124


Date: Mon, Oct 24 @ 3:00pm
Host: Ashley A.

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