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Friday, October 30, 2015

News Digest - Act Now So PRIME Act Doesn't Become a Ghost of the Past!


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Dear Food Freedom Friend,
BOO! Happy (almost) Halloween! Do you know what's really scary? If the PRIME Act doesn't pass, consumers who want local meat will be forced to continue to pay higher prices or invest in quarters of an animal or worse--settle for meat from dubious sources at the grocery store.

Make sure the PRIME Act doesn't become a ghost of the past--call your U.S. Representative now! See below for more info.


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ACT NOW! Call Your U.S. Representative

Who is hurt the most by the Federal Meat Inspection Act as it is now written? Is it the small farmer who has to travel hundreds of miles to the nearest USDA slaughterhouse or the consumer?

Joel Salatin: "The biggest loser in the current system is
Anaheim, CA  |  Thursday, November 12, 2015

Thursday, November 12, 2015
6-8:30 p.m.
Anaheim Marriott Hotel, California

Whether you're attending a conference or not, join us for a celebration of food freedom, local food, and the Never-a-Doormat award. Learn about the amazing progress Farm-to-Consumer has made securing and expanding access to real food and food rights across the nation thanks to your support.

Enjoy an evening filled with organic and local foods, like:
  • Artisanal Cheeses display with Fig Jam
  • Chicken Kabobs
  • Local Honeycomb and Hearth Breads 
  • Organic Crudités 
  • Sun-Dried Tomato Hummus
  • Red Radish, Carrots, Celery and Snap Peas
  • Beef Stir Fry, and much more!
Tickets are $85 for adults and $60 for children under 12 years of age.
If you live in the area, be sure to bring along a guest and share the news. The reception is on the eve of the 16th Annual Wise Traditions Conference.

To register for the reception, click here then scroll down to the "Daily Conference Registration" section and select "Thursday November 12 FundRAISER Reception and Program". 

Online registration ends Monday, November 9! Space is limited. 

Sponsorship opportunities are available. See webpage for details. 

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