Sunday, March 29, 2015

Food Revolution Day Update... Events and Petition...

If you have been following my Food Revolution Day posts, our official Food Revolution 2015 site just launched- It looks fantastic and I am super excited! We are a 1300 global ambassador strong network and growing, all passionate about changing the way people eat by educating every child about food, empowering families by arming them with the skills and knowledge to cook again, and inspiring everyone to stand up for their rights to better food, which in turn, will fight the epidemic of diet-related diseases. We’re currently facing a global obesity epidemic, with 42 million children under the age of five either overweight or obese across the world. The bottom line is the next generation will live shorter lives than their parents if nothing is done to rectify these alarming stats.


Watch Jamie's video and

Jamie’s global petition will call on the leaders and governments of all G20 countries to make practical food education a compulsory part of every school curriculum. 

So along with Jamie I’m asking that you do two simple things – first, please sign this petition to show your support for compulsory practical food education in schools across the world, then, most importantly, share it via your social networks.

It’s essential that we arm future generations with the life skills they urgently need in order to lead healthier, happier, more productive lives. We passionately believe this is every child’s human right and I hope you agree.

If you can help us get millions of people to sign this petition, we can create a movement powerful enough to force all G20 governments to take action. Food education will make a difference to the lives of the next generations, so please help. We can’t do it without you! Sign the petition here. {UPDATE: Two days into the petition launch and we have 149,053 signatures from 146 countries!- WOO HOOOO!!!}

Our Food Revolution Toronto have been working hard, putting together fun events at our schools and in our community to celebrate the day with great food activities! Here are two free public events we have going: VEGETARIAN CULINARY COMPETITION in late April and a HEALTHY LUNCH COOKING DEMO in May. Scroll down for more info. We hope you join us!

Our amazing Food Revolution Toronto team!!

Hosted by Food Revolution Day Ambassador Dorothy Pang

Come support the Food Revolution by participating in a friendly vegetarian cooking challenge. All beginners are welcome.

WHEN: Saturday April 25th from 5 pm – 6:30pm (register for free tickets
Capacity: 30 people)

Twitter @nellacucina

Nella Cucina
876 Bathurst St, Toronto, ON M5R 3G3


Hosted by Food Revolution Day Ambassadors Linda Matarasso and Susan Ng

Come learn and support Food Revolution Day at a FREE Healthy Lunch Cooking Demo located @ Hendrix Restaurant Equipment & Supplies.  Learn how to make a Grilled Mediterranean Flatbread Sandwich and Spicy Carrot soup. Lots more surprises and a chance to win some great prizes!

WHEN: Saturday, May 16th from Noon to 3pm (Walk-In)
Sign up on Eventbrite to enter a draw to win some prizes.

Hendrix Restaurant Equipment & Supplies
77 Samor Rd
Toronto ON M6A 1J2
Tel: 416-238-7850

Twitter @FoodRev
Food Revolution Toronto Facebook

Please join me back for frequent updates on how you can involved on Food Revolution Day May 15th and have some awesome food fun while bringing awareness to an important cause. Whether its at your kids' school, with your colleagues and friends, at home or with your community, there's tons of ways to celebrate with real food! Whether you're from Toronto, US or as far away as Hong Kong, chances are there are ambassadors in your community already organizing activities for this big day. Contact me directly if you want more info or to be connected with a local ambassador in your community/country: (e) (twitter) @susanssavourit. Cheers and let the food fun begin!

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