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FOOD+CITY HOSTS JUST EAT IT FILM SCREENING AT THE ESCA BONA FOOD CONFERENCE
October 27, 2015 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm| $5
Award-Winning Documentary Dives Into The Topic of Food Waste. Food+City will partner with Esca Bona good food movement conference to present the award-winning documentary on food waste, Just Eat It. When: Tuesday, October 27, 2015, 8:00 p.m. 10:00 p.m.
Where: Sheraton Austin Downtown, Capitol Ballroom, 701 E. 11th Street, Austin, TX 78701
Registration: $5 tickets available at Eventbrite. Registration for the Esca Bona conference is separate and not required to see the documentary.
Community Support: Proceeds from ticket sales will go to Foodmakers, the nonprofit organization that supports and funds Food+City (formerly The Food Lab at the University of Texas at Austin).
Food+City, a 501c3 non-profit, grew out of The Food Lab at the University of Texas at Austin, and is directed by Dr. Robyn Metcalfe in Austin. Food+City is a platform for bold exploration of the global food system; it provokes fresh perspectives on the realities of how we feed cities, inspiring and fostering action. The Food+City stories, told in many forms, will raise awareness of the opportunities for improvement in our food systems and uncover the insights that will shape how we make our world sustainable. For more information on Food+City, please visit www.foodandcity.org. Follow and like on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
About Esca Bona
Esca Bona 2015 runs Monday, October 26 through Wednesday, October 28, taking place at the Austin Sheraton at the Capitol in the heart of the city s center. This highly-curated gathering will spotlight many of the most transformative ideas shaping our food future. Credible, influential voices from all aspects of the food supply chain will partner through actionable formats to create new solutions to the challenges of accessibility, scalability and transparency facing our current food system. We re gathering good food s renegades, challenging them to put on their game face and get their hands dirty to help us overcome the monumental challenges we face in building a good food future for all.
Esca Bona is a production of New Hope Natural Media.