Tuesday, 15 November 2016

FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Community Food Initiative Event, 17th November, 2016

Eating well is important for all of us. In the short-term, it can help us to feel good, look our best and stay at a healthy weight. In the long-term, a healthy, balanced diet can reduce the risk of heart disease, diabetes, osteoporosis and some cancers.
On Thursday 17th November at the Hibernian Hotel, Mallow, the Community Food Initiative will be on hand highlighting the range of supports available from various exhibitors and providing a wealth of knowledge from healthy shopping, improved meal-planning and budgeting to preventing food waste.

With Guest Speaker Niamh Barry (Naturopathic Nutritionist) and a chance to “Know your Numbers” – (Blood Pressure, BMI), this event is shaping up to be very exciting. What we eat and drink has a real effect on ourselves, our heart and blood pressure. The healthier our eating habits are, the lower our blood pressure will be. So come and join us for a “healthy” discussion.

Avondhu Blackwater Partnership CLG (www.avondhublackwater.com) are one of 13 companies in Ireland to receive funding from safefood for the Community Food Initiative (CFI) 2016-2018. The CFI programme is designed to positively influence the eating habits of families in communities by making food skills more mainstream and healthy food more accessible.

This is the perfect opportunity to meet with local stakeholders in attendance to answer any of your questions surrounding healthy living, food waste, food hygiene and more.

The event is free for exhibitors and free of charge for the public to attend. If you have any queries, please call 022 46580 or dave@avondhublackwater.com

Avondhu Blackwater Partnership was supported by the safefood Community Food Initiative’.

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