Food Revolution Day is a global day of action for people to make a stand for good food and essential cooking skills. It’s a chance for people to come together within their homes, schools, workplaces and communities to cook and share their kitchen skills, food knowledge and resources. Food Revolution Day aims to raise awareness about the importance of good food and better food education for everyone by focusing on three simple actions – cook it, share it, live it. Find out more about Food Revolution 2012 here, and Food Revolution Day 2013 here.
Who is taking part?
Food Revolution Day is open to any individual, school, business and organisation. Many local activities are organised by our voluntary Food Revolution ambassadors who play a leadership role across the world in connecting individuals, schools, businesses and organisations at a local level. Get in touch with your nearest ambassador by visiting the Food Revolution Day team’s webpage, or apply to become an ambassador here and start planning for Food Revolution Day 2014!
Why have a day of action?
Cooking skills used to be passed down from generation to generation, but now millions of people lack even the most basic cooking skills. We need to get back to basics: to cook and eat fresh local produce; to share cooking skills and food knowledge; to join forces within communities and get as many people involved as possible. Food Revolution Day is our opportunity to get the world to focus on the importance of good food and essential cooking skills, by rallying our efforts to empower people with better cooking skills and to inspire them to cook fresh food from scratch.
Where is it happening?
Food Revolution Day takes place in kitchens, homes and communities around the world. On village greens and in dining rooms, in restaurants and gardens, sparking conversations about real food and inspire people to take steps towards a healthier lifestyle.