Dinner Seminar: Gary Hirshberg, Chairman of Stonyfield Farm, April 21


Dinner Seminar: Gary Hirshberg, Chairman of Stonyfield Farm
Food and Health Forum
Blue Moon Evolution, Clifford Street, Exeter, NH
Monday, April 21, 2014
6:30 – 9 pm

Two years ago, Gary Hirshberg hosted the Food and Health Forum’s first dinner seminar at the Blue Moon Evolution. The event was sold out and he spoke to a packed house of people about actions and results that can encourage us to embrace sustainability goals in all that we do. Since then, Gary has been forging the path to ensure that food companies label products that contain genetically engineered organisms. He is Chairman and a founding Partner of “Just Label It, We Have the Right to Know,” the national campaign to label genetically engineered foods, and is co-author of “Label It Now – What You Need to Know About Genetically Engineered Foods”.

America’s biggest food fight – whether or not to label genetically engineered foods is just the tip of the iceberg of a much more fundamental question about how to ensure the safety and sustainability of our foods. Gary is coming back to the Blue Moon Evolution to talk about the challenges and success of the GMO labeling movement and to help consumers make educated choices about their food purchases.

Registration Fee: $60, includes 3 course meal.

For more information: www.foodandhealthforum.com

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