As part of a series of conversations about food, ethics, and sustainability, Mark Bittman, acclaimed food writer for the New York Times, brings his insights to Philadelphia to address this question. Mr. Bittman will be speaking at the Congregation Rodeph Shalom (615 North Broad Street) on March 13th at 7:30. The South Philadelphia Food Co-op hosted Temple Professor Bryant Simon last month for a discussion in this series. We publicized Mr. Bittman's lecture on Facebook, but it is receiving more and more attention. RSVP now since space is expected to fill up quickly. Check out the event here: What is your food worth?
What is your food worth? Continuing discussions (3/13/13)
09/13/2017 – A Challenge For All Of Us
08/31/2017 – $340K and counting
08/28/2017 – Food Justice and Equity
08/02/2017 – How do we build a store? How far along are we?
07/11/2017 – Income and Expenses: The Nuts and Bolts (...Literally) of Our Capital Campaign
07/01/2017 – Food, Justice, Equity -- A Co-op for All South Philly
12/13/2016 – Asking Friends + Family to Join Us on Juniper: A Co-op Cheat Sheet
10/27/2016 – Fall 2016 General Membership Meeting Recap
07/13/2016 – July 2016 Newsletter: A Time for (Hyperlocal) Cold Brew
07/12/2016 – Where We Live, Where We're Looking, What We Want