OzHarvest Feeding the 5000

OzHarvestOzHarvest as the official Australian partner of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) on the global Think.Eat.Save – Reduce your Foodprint campaign, will host the international event, Feeding the 5000 in Sydney’s Martin Place on Monday, 29 July from 12 noon until 2pm.

5000 members of the public will be served a free, hot lunch made from rescued ingredients that would have ended up as landfill. According to Founder and CEO of OzHarvest, Ronni Kahn, the aim behind the event is to help raise awareness about the disturbing amount of food wasted around the world.

What: Feeding the 5000
Why: To highlight food waste – ​a free hot lunch open to the public using surplus food
Date: Monday, 29 July 2013
Time: 12 noon – 2pm: lunch service
12.10pm: Official opening and Welcome to Country
1pm: Q&A Panel Discussion on Food Waste, Food Sustainability & Food Security

To register to attend Feeding the 5000 visit www.feedingthe5000sydney.eventbrite.com.au

Click here for OzHarvest Feeding the 5000 photos.

‘Dine at Mine’ for Camp Quality

dine_at_mineGet ready to cook and bake for a good cause. Dine at Mine is a major new fundraiser for Camp Quality, in support of children living with cancer and their families.

The concept is simple. During August 2013, invite family and friends to a home dining experience and ask them to donate what they would’ve spent eating out to Camp Quality. All funds will help create a better life for every child living with cancer in Australia.

Now that’s a good excuse to get back in the kitchen.

To register as a Dine at Mine host, simply visit www.dineatmine.org.au or call 1300 730 787.

Cheeky Rascal Mulled Cider

Cheeky Rascal Mulled CiderCheeky Rascal, the brand behind boutique cider house ‘Rebello’ on Australia’s Mornington Peninsula has launched a mulled apple cider for winter.

Made using local in-season apples from Victoria, without the use of concentrates, flavourings or additives, Cheeky Rascal Mulled Cider makes use of an innovative pyramid spicebag – like a tea bag – with cinnamon, star anise, dried orange, clove, nutmeg, vanilla bean and all spice berry.

It’s easy to prepare. Warm up the cider in a saucepan with the spice bag, taking care not to let it boil and simply enjoy.

www.cheekyrascal.com.au

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