The Little Locavore

The Little Locavore

Whole Foods is hosting their first ever Get Local Dinner with Ned Bell, the executive chef at the Four Seasons, and The Little Locavore on Tuesday, September 1st from 6:30pm-9pm in the Allegro Café at Cambie Whole Foods.

The Ned Bell and The Little Locavore event is a private ticketed 4 course meal with wine pairings and we are really looking forward to it. 100% of ticket sales are going to benefit Chefs for Oceans, which is Ned’s charity and focus on education chefs about sustainable seafood practices and Growing Chefs that brings growing vegetables to the class room to get kids excited about veggies and cooking.

Whole Foods couldn’t be more happy to support these two organizations and put on the The Ned Bell and The Little Locavore event on! Tickets currently can be purchased through customer service at Whole Foods Cambie and are $75 for the 4 course dinner with wine pairings.

About Chefs for Oceans

Chef Bell’s goal is to engage his peers, chefs, in communities, regions and provinces Coast to Coast to Coast through education and awareness for the future of sustainable seafood. To create a movement which, within in the next 10 years, allows every Canadian to easily and readily access sustainable seafood for themselves and their families. The hope is that as the sustainable seafood movement continues to grow, environmentally responsible procedures will become firmly rooted as standard methods in future generations.

Also at the forefront of Chef Bell’s journey is the goal to institute and raise awareness for National Sustainable Seafood Day, a day March 18th which spotlights the necessity of healthy oceans, lakes and rivers for the futures of both human beings and the environment. As the father of two sons, Fin and Max, Chef Bell is dedicated to inspiring Canadians to become part of the solution for healthier oceans for today’s children and generations to come.

 

About Growing Chefs

Growing Chefs! Chefs for Children’s Urban Agriculture is a registered charity, based in Vancouver, B.C. Our mission is to educate children, families, and community members about healthy eating and healthy food systems.



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Dianne

Editor in Chief of Fabulously Frugal in Vancouver.

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