SustainaFood Supply Chain Seminar
Monday, November 30, 2009 from 2:30 PM to 6:00 PM (EST)
Green Restaurant Expo & Supply Chain Seminar
Ultimate Sustainable Resource event for the Philadelphia-area food service industry
Includes: Buying Local, Energy Conservation, Recycling & Composting
Monday, November 30th 2009 2:30- 6:00 PM
2:30 – Registration
2:45 – Opening remarks by Judy Wicks
Keynote Presentation by Adam Palmer
3:00 – Panel discussion and open Q&A
4:15 – 6:00 Networking and Expo
Panelists to date include:
• Adam Palmer, the Pita Pit & Green Restaurant Association
• Ann Karlen, Executive Director of Fair Food
• Gary Giberson, Chef/Owner of Sustainable Fare/Lawrenceville School
• Jill Fink, Mugshots Coffeehouse & Café & Independents Coffee Cooperative
• Maurice Sampson, Niche Waste Reduction & Recycling Systems, Inc.
Vendors to date include: Bennett Composting, Certified Energy Solutions, ChillyPhilly Ice Cream, Clean Air Council, Common Market Philadelphia Earth, Bio Technologies, Golden Valley Farms Coffee Roasters, GreenLine Paper Company, Inc, Pedal Cooperative, Philly Compost, Inc.
THIS EVENT IS SPONSORED BY:
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Sustainable Business Network of Greater Philadelphia & Green Economy Task Force
The mission of the Sustainable Business Network is to build a just, green, and thriving economy in the Greater Philadelphia region. We accomplish this by educating and growing a broad base of local, independent businesses and educating policymakers and the public.
The Green Economy Task Force is a coalition of concerned citizens, businesses, government officials, organized labor, non-profits, and communities of faith that is working to build an inclusive green economy in the Philadelphia region that benefits our neighborhoods, our working families, and our planet. Convened by SBN in February of 2008, the Task Force has grown to include more than 650 Stakeholders and over 300 organizations.