REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED. WE WILL TRY OUR BEST TO ACCOMODATE ON-SITE REGISTRANTS. FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE PROGRAM, PLEASE VISIT: http://events.theatlantic.com/food-summit/2012/.
As the nation works to promote more sustainable food production, enhance government oversight over the food industry, and control the obesity epidemic, The Atlantic will gather food policy luminaries, notable chefs, and public health officials to shed light on these important themes.
Hosted by Atlantic Senior Editor and James Beard award-winning food writer Corby Kummer, The Atlantic invites you to join us on Thursday, May 24th, for this important conversation on food production, consumption, and regulation.
Confirmed speakers include:
• Mario Batali, Award-winning Chef, Restaurateur, Author, and Television Personality
• Jennifer Grossman, Senior Vice President, Nutrition Group, Dole
• Gary Hall, Executive Director, World Fit Foundation
• Marilyn Knox, Chief Executive Officer, The Gerber Products Company, and Regional Business Head, Nestlé Infant Nutrition, North America
• Elaine Kolish, Vice President and Director, Children’s Food and Beverage Advertising, Better Business Bureau
• Kathleen Merrigan, Deputy Secretary, U.S. Department of Agriculture
• Chris Novak, Chief Executive Officer, National Pork Board
• Martha Stewart, Founder, Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia
• Kirsten Tobey, Entrepreneur and Co-Founder of Revolution Food
• Margo Wootan, Director, Nutrition Policy, Center for Science in the Public Interest
• Jocelyn Zuckerman, Executive Editor, Whole Living, and Adjunct Professor, Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism
For more information on The Atlantic's 2012 Food Summit, please contact Lauren at email@example.com or 202-266-7882.
For program and speaker updates, please visit: http://events.theatlantic.com/food-summit/2012/
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