With the start of the New Year, many of us will be making resolutions to impact positive changes in our lives. We hope that you will consider some food resolutions that can not only help you, but help our communities and the planet as well. Here’s some ideas to get you started:
- Cook – Eaters can take back control of the food system by cooking more and, in the process, strengthen relationships and eat more nutritious – and delicious – foods.
- Host a Dinner Party – It doesn’t have to be fancy, just bring people together. Talk about food, enjoy a meal, and encourage discussion around creating a better food system.
- Meet Your Local Farmer – Meeting your local farmer puts a face to where your food comes from and creates a connection between farmers and consumers.;
These ideas are pulled from the website “FoodTank, the Food Think Tank,” and the full article includes 11 more, for a total of 14 food resolutions that you can make for 2014. You can find the article here, or on our Facebook page. We’d love to hear what ideas and resolutions you’ve made for 2014, please feel free to comment on our Facebook page.