It is still a few months away celebrate Food Day in October, but the earlier we get the people informed about this cause, the better. Celebrate Food Day in a very positive and healthy way, for you, your family, and everyone else in town. This event will help boost the healthy system of America, leaving no stone unturned for every citizen. Health is a major concern that should be in the priority list for every citizen of America.
It’s time to get real and healthy ” I’d like to believe this is what the Food Day is all about. Gathering people from across the states of America, the restaurant industry, schools, organizations to get communities and individuals eat real and healthy foods. When you say real foods, these are foods that have come from local farms, did not undergo industrialized processing in factories, and the like. Real foods provide more health benefits to help the foodie develop a healthy well-being.
Food Day is the brainchild of some conscientious groups who are food activists themselves comprised of chefs, nutritionists and culinary experts. This year’s celebration is aligned with Earth Day, another event that is concerned with the preservation of Mother Earth. Life itself is a continuous activity of preservation for a well-balanced living where foods and environment play critical roles in maintaining a healthy lifestyle.
Although the celebration is still a few months ahead, it is but fitting and proper that the American citizens are given advanced information and education on the importance of Food Day. This involves the engagement of restaurateurs, food service industry, local farmers, food markets and American homes to start coming together for the event. This is to encourage a broader and more widespread participation because food is everyone’s concern, as well as health.
With special emphasis on restaurants, Food Day organizers enjoin and encourage restaurant owners, for more collaborative efforts to make this event succeed beyond expectations. The goal is to give America a shot in the arm in redesigning and recreating a healthy food and diet system. Along this goal, the organizers have attuned the event with Earth Day due to the success of the latter in getting a lot of people to participate and join forces to make the event a remarkable one. Localized groups such as communities, schools, homes, among others are unseen forces that make up a greater contribution to boost the celebration and drumbeat the consciousness about food and environment.
Food Day is not a one-shot deal. Sustainability requires collaborative efforts, cooperation, information campaign and a host of other activities that involve almost all sectors of the American society. With the end view of gathering more food activists and working towards a better health system, America’s food security and prospects of a better life is never remote nor impossible.