Eat Real at Foley Square - the premiere Food Day NYC fest - is a joyful field to fork culinary festival, where the Big Apple's finest culinary talent create sumptuous fare from seasonal produce.
Right in the center of the city, don't miss the BIg Apple Crunch at noon! Let's set the world record with the mayor of "Most Participants in an Apple-Crunching Event!"
Chefs - join us! Let's feature a chef from every nation for United Nations Day! Try fresh beverages by NYC students! Smoothies, parfaits, apple cider anyone?
Enjoy a Farmers/Artisanal Market for a Day, where downtown workers can easily access fresh produce. Healthy movers and shakers, schools, gardeners and our civil servants will share free and low-cost resources for enhancing health and your environment. Find out how to grow a school garden, compost, love worms, and more!
Eat Real at Foley Square marks United Nations Day, celebrating our international heritage, and Food Day 2012 (foodday.org), which gathers Americans from all walks of life to push for healthy, affordable food produced in a sustainable, humane way. Proceeds support Seeds in the Middle, a 501c charity named by fourth graders, which empowers our neediest students in food deserts to access all they need to get healthy so they can create a nourishing environment themselves. See us/donate at seedsinthemiddle.org!
Free entry, but you can buy tickets for delectable fare!
60 Centre St
New York, NY 10013
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