All are invited to the 4th Annual 100 Mile Meal

In the context of other national and local Food Day events, undergraduates, graduate students, faculty, staff and Baltimore community members are invited to celebrate the signing of the Real Food Campus Commitment by President Ron Daniels during the 4th annual 100 Mile Meal.

The 100 Mile Meal will feature an all-local (sourced from within 100 miles) and sustainable meal cooked entirely by members of Real Food Hopkins. By signing the Real Food Campus Commitment, President Daniels will add the Homewood campus of Johns Hopkins to the growing list of universities around America that have pledged to purchase at least 20% “real” food (defined as local/community-based, ecologically-grown, humanely raised, and fair trade) by 2020.

After dinner, a guest panel will discuss how the Real Food Campus Commitment will impact consumers of campus food, food service workers, and local producers.

Food will be sourced from the Blue Jay’s Perch Community Garden and other local producers. Poultry, vegetarian and vegan options will be available.

For off-campus visitors, please see www.charlesstreet.mdprojects.com for information about construction and parking

Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/653217478045950/

Friday, November 1 from 5:30 – 7:30 PM
Cost: $5 (pay at the door, JCash accepted)
Please RSVP by Monday, October 28: realfoodhopkins@gmail.com
Seats are limited to the first 160 guests

A special thanks to JHU Dining and Bon Appétit Management Company for their support during this year’s 100 Mile Meal.

For more information about the commitment:
http://www.realfoodchallenge.org/commitment

To see other Food Day events:
http://www.foodday.org/

*REAL FOOD HOPKINS is a student-run chapter of the national Real Food Challenge movement (www.realfoodchallenge.org) that is committed to bringing local, sustainable, humane, and fair food to the Johns Hopkins campus and surrounding Baltimore area through organizing food advocacy and awareness events, cooperating with the larger food movement, maintaining a sustainable campus garden, promoting community-based learning about food and where it comes from, and donating fresh produce acquired to organizations that feed the local hungry. For more information, contact realfoodhopkins@gmail.com or visit https://www.facebook.com/groups/150501264993488/.

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