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The Brooklyn Food Coalition is planning the second Brooklyn Food Conference for May 12, 2012 and we want you to participate in this free community event! This is an exciting opportunity to be part of a movement that is connecting, educating and empowering people who care about food justice.

As a donor, you will have the opportunity to promote your company/organization to over 5,000 attendees at the May 12th Conference, taking place at Brooklyn Technical High School in Fort Greene, Brooklyn.

Please submit the Sponsorship form online that includes the different giving level opportunities (100% tax-deductible) and corresponding benefits which includes renting a table at the huge expo and advertising your partnership with us.

The 2012 Brooklyn Food Conference will have something for everyone:

  • workshops and panel discussions on urban agriculture, healthy food access, school food, protecting our farm land from environmental toxins, economic development, food worker equity; and much more!
  • kids activities;
  • a youth summit;
  • a special forum on building a Rural-Urban Food Alliance;
  • policy roundtable with elected officials;
  • neighborhood-designated sessions;
  • an enormous expo of for-profit and non-profit organizations;
  • lots of fantastic food for sale;
  • music, films, theater, and visual art!
  • child care

This is an opportunity to spread the word and take action for a healthy, sustainable food system, and to participate in a one-of-a-kind community event! Please join us and forward this information to everyone you know!!

International Speakers

  • L'Effervescence (Japan) - Will talk on Japanese cooking and Japanese food culture in Brooklyn
  • Indus Catering (United Kingdom) - Presentation on Indian food and flavors
  • Cafe' Bangrak (Thailand) - Presentation on Thai food

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Blog

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Fair Food, Fair Jobs: The Restaurant Worker’s Role in the Food Movement

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The Food Chain Workers Alliance

Richard Mandelbaum is an herbalist, activist, and member of the Brooklyn Food Coalition who divides his time with his family between Brooklyn and Sullivan County, NY. […]