People’s Food Policy discussions at Burritoville and beyond

 

My half-eaten grilled vegetable quesadilla

 

Burritoville restaurant on Bishop Street has played host the past two Tuesday evenings to the University of the Streets Café’s conversations on food:  Cheap Food: Are We Ready to Pay the Price? and What Place Will Edible Cities Have in Our Future? They are an example of the conversations taking place across the country as part of the People’s Food Policy Project. This project aims to get people thinking about their food and to bring people together to discuss what they would like to see integrated into a proposed Canadian food policy.  To get involved, visit their site and, if you can, take part in a Kitchen Table Talk.

What changes would you like to see?  How can we reduce food inequalities?  How do we ensure food security?  What’s in our food anyway??

(Food for though)

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3 Responses to People’s Food Policy discussions at Burritoville and beyond

  1. Mr. Vittles says:

    I went for the food myself. Their burritos rock.

  2. Lucy says:

    The burritos were delicious, the talk was thought provoking, and the company fabulous.

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