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|Quad Cities Food Hub invites public to “Celebrating Growing” Open House April 18|
|News Releases - Food & Dining|
|Written by Angela Hunt|
|Tuesday, 02 April 2013 09:53|
DAVENPORT, IA (April 2, 2013) Quad Cities Food Hub invites the public to attend their “Celebrate Growing Open House” on Thursday, April 18 from 6 - 8 p.m. at the Food Hub Market (Located in the Freight House, River Drive Davenport, Iowa). Tickets are $15 and include a beer sampler provided by Front Street Brewery and a wide variety hors d'oerves from local producers.
The Quad Cities Food Hub works to support healthy lifestyles by promoting local food production, connecting producers and consumers, and cultivating education and training programs.
Activities during the Open House:
During the open house, attendees will learn about Quad Cities Food Hub’s new projects including a virtual online market that will allow consumers to purchase fresh local produce and products from local area producers online. Attendees will also learn about other Quad Cities Food Hub initiatives include a commercial kitchen, community gardens, new grocery store, community education and how they can become involved. Attendees will also have an opportunity to meet the board of directors and new store manager, Wendy Saathof.
“Iowa has some of the world’s most fertile soil so you would expect it to be one of the world’s biggest producers of fresh produce. Unfortunately, it is not so. The average fruit and vegetable that reaches our grocery stores travels about 1,500 miles to get here. The Quad Cities Food Hub’s goal is to change that,” said Quad Cities Food Hub board member, Julia Blazevic.
The Quad Cities Food Hub initiative started with a group of Davenport officials and local food advocates' trip to Detroit's Eastern Market. Davenport Mayor Gluba and an eight-member delegation went there in August 2010. Following their return, a 25-member steering committee was establish comprised of individuals with extensive experience in our local food system and economy and has been working on creating a long-term plan of action to strengthen our community's local food system.
To learn more about the Quad Cities Food Hub visit www.facebook.com/
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