Join The Cornucopia Institute’s Co-director Mark Kastel at the Good Food Festival in Chicago, March 19-21. Mark will be speaking on a panel discussing Grassroots Food Activism and also introducing the screening of the film, GMO OMG.
The 11th annual Good Food Festival & Conference will be held at Chicago’s UIC Forum. It brings consumers, producers, buyers, top chefs, experts, and investors together to celebrate the fast-growing Good Food movement! The public is welcomed to the big, family-friendly Festival, with exhibits, chef demos, DIY workshops, great eats and drinks, and much more — and you can sign up for a great Urban Farm Bus Tour.
The Friday night Localicious party, with local and sustainably produced foods as its menu, is one of Chicago’s top annual tasting events. If you have a business interest in Good Food, or just want to learn more about the movement’s key issues, please attend the Thursday Good Food Financing & Innovation Conference and the Friday Trade day, which includes the oldest and biggest Trade Show focused on local and sustainable food.
You can purchase Festival tickets online and save: www.GoodFoodFestivals.com. Partnering with FamilyFarmed provides a special 30% discount for Conference days. Follow this link for 30% off either (or both) of the Thursday and Friday Conference day tickets at the Good Food Festival & Conference.