OF THE DOCUMENTARY
WHEN: Tuesday, April 12, 2016
WHERE: The RED SHOES A Center for Personal and Spiritual Growth
(Parking in rear of building)
2303 Government St.
Baton Rouge, La
ADMISSION: Donation of non-perishable food items for client choice food pantry at
DETAILS: Come watch the Louisiana premiere of the documentary, JUST EAT IT: A Food Waste Story and follow the story of how a couple, Jen and Grant, decided to give up grocery shopping and survive for 6 months only on foods that have been discarded.
The results are shocking and the reviews are “eye-opening”, “compelling and inspiring”.
Every day America wastes enough food to fill the Rose Bowl, yet 1 in 6 Americans are food insecure.
Dive into the issue of food waste from farm, through retail, all the way to the back of your fridge.
Learn about sell-by, best-by dates and see a cooking demo on what 2 tbsp. of leftover food can do.
Representatives from local organizations in food waste and food rescue will be on hand for Q and A after the screening.
Aren’t you curious to know, “Where is your food going?”
For more information contact:
225-773-1887 or Susanne@makeovermyleftover.com