TORONTO — Today is Earth Day, so it’s the perfect time to remind Toronto’s foodservice community about the Green Living Show this weekend, from April 23 to 25, at the Direct Energy Centre.
The Green Living Show is the biggest green-oriented consumer show in the city, and its purpose is to educate the masses about how to easily adapt a greener, more sustainable lifestyle.There will be some 400-plus exhibitors and an entire section dedicated to food and beverage, with many members of Ontario’s foodservice community taking part. A cooking stage sponsored by Canadian Living magazine, will feature live demos from some of the top chefs in the region. And Farm Fresh Fare, to be hosted by Evergreen and Slow Food Toronto, will pair local farmers and producers with Toronto chefs offering sustainable, local food. All funds generated will support Evergreen and Slow Food’s charitable mandate of connecting people with nature by providing access to good, clean, fair food.
This year’s show also features BioVino Eco-Friendly Wine Tasting, where attendees can sample up to 150 wines from more than 40 winemakers, ranging from organic to biodynamic to carbon-neutral certified bottles.
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