Clean Water Action MN - Field to Fork Campaign Presents: Peel Back The Label: Food Labeling and Nutrition Forum
Join Clean Water Action Minnesota - Field To Fork program for a virtual event on October 8th at 7:00 PM CST to learn tips and tricks behind what different food labels mean and how they affect the nutritional value of the food that you are consuming!
What is the difference between grass-fed beef and USDA beef? Organic vs All Natural?
Food labeling is confusing for all of us. We believe that empowering consumers with the knowledge to weed through the food labels will ensure that people are buying the best food for themselves and their families.
On October 8th, we are hosting a panel discussion with Melissa Larson (Thousand Hills) and Jennifer Gilbertson (Duluth Whole Foods Co-Op) where they will talk about what different food labels mean, how they choose to source their products, and how they support environmental protection initiatives.
About the hosts:
Thousand Hills Lifetime Grazed
Founded in 2003, Thousand Hills works with 50 family farms across the U.S. to raise Lifetime Grazed Grass Fed Beef with regenerative agriculture practices. To date, 600,000 acres have been transitioned to regenerative practices to support biological diversity, natural resources, native wildlife habitat, and soil fertility. Regional, decentralized processing builds a resilient supply chain for customers while invigorating rural economies. A leader in the industry, Thousand Hills produces the #1 fresh protein product nationally in the natural channel. Mission: Nourishing soil, plants, cattle, and people by grazing cattle for their lifetime. Learn more at: www.lifetimegrazed.com
Duluth Whole Foods Co-Op
The original Whole Foods Co-op grocery store in Duluth’s Hillside & Denfeld neighborhoods featuring the freshest organic produce, locally sourced groceries, made-from-scratch Deli, and friendly staff. Community Owned by since 1970.