Jamie Oliver’s First Annual Food Revolution Day Comes to Miami

We are always down to stand up for thought leaders in our food community that are a force and inspiration for positive change.  So when the most outspoken and food-justice-passionate Brit we know came calling asking for a dinner party on the fly, we answered!

Jamie Oliver has stamped May 19 as Food Revolution Day, his first-ever worldwide call-to-action to inspire, educate, and empower people everywhere to raise awareness on preventing diet-related diseases, and to arm people with the knowledge and tools to make healthier food choices. This global effort is focused on getting food education back in schools while promoting the importance of eating fresh, local and sustainable food — a cause close to our hearts here at home with our work in Miami-Dade County Public Schools through its Chefs Partnership.

When Jamie’s foundation reached out last week and asked Michael to help get Miami on-board to participate by hosting one of 20 Food Revolution Dinners across the country, we of course said yes! 

View the menu and purchase a ticket to our dinner on Saturday, May 19 at 6:00 p.m. here through Grubwithus, a social dining experience that brings new people together over delicious food.  $43 gets you a seat at a table for 10, stimulating conversation with like-minded friends you haven’t met yet, and four genuinely delicious courses.  Before attending, don’t forget to visit foodrevolutionday.com to find and create your own local food events. Already, more than 800 groups from 45 countries have signed up to take action.  One hundred percent of Food Revolution Day net funds raised will go to support food education projects for both children and adults through the Jamie Oliver Foundation in the U.S., UK and Australia.

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