FEED Kitchens Summer Bazaar has been moved to Saturday August 8th. Summer snuck up on us and everyone is so busy right now (a great thing for our users!) that we have moved the bazaar back a month. We are planning some outdoor food cart activity, tours, samplings, and of course products for sale from our awesome FEED users! Look for more details soon!
Stop by the FEED Kitchens tent at the MadCityBazaar – 1st and 3rd Sat & Sun through September at East Wash & First St.
To register for the Italian Dinner Cruise, just call 230-1221 and leave a message with your name, phone number and the number of your party – or email email@example.com with the same information.
Your registration will be confirmed via phone or email.
Square Harvest is an online farmer’s market with home delivery for local food in Madison. We bring consumers and producers in direct contact and provide a solution for the last mile problem by delivering products to people’s homes. Square Harvest brings the farm to people’s home and brings people to the farm reinventing and expanding the reach of traditional physical farmer’s markets. You can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here are the classes being offered in April by WWBIC. They are excellent for new businesses, or those looking to expand and grow.
Cajun Cook at our Spring Bazaar. Mark your calendars for July 11th Summer Bazaar!
The City of Madison, Centro Hispano, and REAP Food Group, are excited to host a free screening of the movie Food Chains. The movie, with an open discussion to follow, will be aired at 6:00pm in the Lecture Hall at Monona Terrace on Thursday, March 26th. Free transportation, to and from Centro Hispano, is available. And, free childcare is available at Monona Terrace. Please see the attached fliers for more information.
“Food Chains follows this high lauded group of tomato pickers as they battle gigantic agribusiness titans – the supermarket and fast food industry which purchase hundreds of billions of dollars of fresh fruits and vegetables each year. The group is asking these retailers to pay just a penny more per pound for their Florida tomatoes, which would nearly double the wages of workers, amongst the poorest laborers in the U.S.
Agriculture remains the backbone of America, generating billions of dollars of revenue for those atop the food chain. Those at the bottom, however, see very little of those profits. Farmworkers remain desperately poor, averaging about $12,000 per year in wages. Food Chains exposes the human cost in our food supply and the complicity of the supermarket”