Food Movement leaders are gearing up for the second annual Food Day, the nationwide celebration of healthy, affordable, and sustainably produced food. More than 2,300 events in all 50 states took place on the first Food Day, and Organizers intend for Food Day 2012 to represent an even bigger grassroots campaign for improved food policies. Food Day is October 24 every year and brings together organizations and individuals working on food issues as varied as hunger, nutrition, agriculture policy, animal welfare, and farmworker justice. Food Day was created by the Center for Science in the Public Interest and is powered by a diverse coalition of food movement leaders and people from all walks of life. Visit the new www.foodday.org for easy-to-access tools for organizing Food Day events, recipes, blog posts from Food Day’s 100+ national, state, and local partners, and a national map of all the Food Day events taking place on October 24 this year. Register your activity today or use the site to find a coordinator in your area and get plugged in.
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