As you enjoy your Sunday morning with friends and loved ones, I would like to remind you about an upcoming event, on April 13 from 5:30-8:30 p.m. at the Fremont, MI, Library, pertaining directly to them.
If you are the grocery shopper in the family you simply MUST ATTEND: "FOOD FOR THE EAR" If you eat food you need to understand the fundamental connection between good food and good health. This time we will be discussing GE (genetically engineered foods) and try to shed light on the international community and how the rest of the world feels about GE foods.
I invite you to join me, Werner Absenger, to explore the state of affairs of farming and our food supply. I will be presenting the Austrian perspective of farming and how Austrians, and Europeans in general feel about GE crops, since we have in this country a very one sided view on this subject. Other speakers scheduled to appear are: Fatoumatta Sisiis from Gambia in West Africa, and served as a member of the Gambian Parliament. An inspiring speaker, 'Fatou' will ask the question: How do we determine if the food we eat is both safe and nutritious? She will address the African perspective on the subject of food being sent to them that others don’t want. Local resident Jan Relford, former Vice President of Research at Gerber Products Company, will share information on food research and why Gerber has a policy against using GMO (Genetically Modified Organisms) food.
Please join me for this event on Thursday, April 13, 2006 in Fremont, Michigan.
To make your reservations now, simply click on the link in the upper right corner labeld: Download food_4_yr_ear_fremont5.pdf.