How often do we think about what we eat and where it comes from? Join Jewish Food Experience at the Whole Foods Market on P Street for brunch to discuss how our values, wherever they come from, can influence our food choices. Whole Foods Market will share how they are giving shoppers more choices about their food and how it’s grown, including purchasing fruits and vegetables that protect pollinators, farm workers and children through their new Responsibly Grown rating system for produce and flowers. Rabbi Joseph Skloot of Washington Hebrew Congregation will show how thinking about where our food comes from and who is responsible for it reflect traditional Jewish ideas about food and ethical eating. All are welcome for a lively discussion on how, through what we eat, we can do our small part to make our world a better place.
Whole Foods Market (P Street)
Sunday, December 14, 2014
11:00 AM — 2:00 PM
1440 P St NW
Washington, DC, 20005
Menu: mini omelettes and quiches, smoked salmon and bagels, fresh-baked breakfast treats, fresh-squeezed OJ, coffee, tea, and mimosas.
*All dishes will be prepared in the Whole Foods Market, a non-kosher establishment.
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