Saturday, October 1, 8:30AM - 4PM.
Are you a food entrepreneur, food writer, culinary and hospitality student, chef, restaurant manager/owner farmers market manager, food retailer... or anyone who is passionate about food and the ways in which it impacts our world?
The annual EDIBLE INSTITUTE, presented by the award winning, local-food-focused Edible Communities publishing company, is coming to Chicago. The one-day thought forum focuses on the ideas that will impact the way we eat in years to come. In prior years the event has featured seminars and speakers from the national and local sustainable food movement including nationally renowned authors, farmers, journalists, chefs and other culinary professionals. This year six leaders from all aspects of the food industry will be talking about sustainability, new sources of food, and the changing attitudes of today's food consumer. Keynote will be Katherine Miller, Senior Director, Food Policy Advocacy for the James Beard Foundation.
This highly anticipated event will take place Saturday, October 1, 2016 from 8:30AM-4PM at the Chicago History Museum in Lincoln Park. Attendees will also have the opportunity to participate in dynamic, moderated discussions and meet Edible magazine publishers, a group that publishes over 90 independently owned titles around the United States and Canada. Light food and drink will be served during breaks from our sponsors.
Join us on October 1 at the Chicago History Museum, 1601 N. Clark St., Chicago.
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Photographs by Fran Collins, Farm/Shutterstock, Speakers, courtesy of Edible Feast.