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Join us for a California Homemade Food Act Debate
On July 30th, the International Culinary Center will begin a new monthly panel discussion series, Eat, Drink, Think. These monthly panel discussions bring experts together to address issues important to the culinary and wine industry as well as the general health and well being of our oceans and farms. These sessions are open to the general public and admission is complimentary.
Join us on the last Monday of every month for invigorating conversation and education on relevant food topics. Discussions will range from local Bay Area issues, to national conversations and beyond. Listen to experts in the field as they provide educational background and voice their opinion on today's hot food topics. All panel discussions will end with a 20 minute Q&A session, where you will have the opportunity to ask questions that weren't covered during the discussion.
The California Homemade Food Act, AB 1616, also known as cottage law, allows for the production and sale of certain homemade foods. Cottage law has been passed in 32 states, and is now being reviewed right here in California by state lawmakers. Come learn more about what cottage law is and how it may change the landscape for producers and consumers of artisan foods.
Join our guest panelists Christina Oatfield (Food Policy Director for Sustainable Economies Law Center in Oakland), Peter Ruddock (Slow Food Santa Cruz), Rochelle Gaddi (Supervising Environmental Health Specialist for Santa Clara County).