Does Organic Offer Significant Health Benefits?
We welcome all individuals, families, healthcare practitioners, and students to join in this informative presentation. Please join us at one of these following locations:
ONE LUCKY ATTENDEE AT EACH SPEAKER TOUR STOP WILL WIN A GIFT BASKET STUFFED WITH ORGANIC PRODUCTS WORTH $100, COMPLIMENTS OF WHOLE FOODS MARKET. Click here for contest rules.
Green Living Show, Toronto, Sunday April 14 @ 2pm – FREE with admission to the Green Living Show click here for full details
Whole Foods Market, Oakville, Wednesday May 8 @ 7pm – FREE click here for full details
Canadian Holistic Nutrition Conference, Toronto, Friday May 24 @ 7:30pm – Professional Conference, Registration to Dinner & Keynote Required click here for full details
Veggie Fest Hamilton, June 15th, 2013 @ 11:30am – FREE click here for more details
Feast of Fields, September 8th, 2013 @ 4:00pm – FREE with Admission to the Feast of Fields click here for full details
Whole Foods Market, Square One, September 26 @ 6:30pm – FREE click here for full details
YMCA Toronto, October 16th, 2013 (World Food Day) @ 6:30pm – FREE click here for full details
Whole Life Expo, Saturday Nov 23, 2013 @4:30pm – FREE with admission to the Whole Life Expo
Jodi Koberinski will help answer this much debated question and demonstrate why organic should be a part of your personal health strategy.
Jodi’s presentation will address the latest wave of “anti-organic” press that has filled the media. She will begin by providing a brief overview of Canada’s organic sector- its history, the development and adoption of national standards, and the current state of the sector. She will then look at some of the studies being used to discredit organic foods and how their findings are being misused to draw conclusions by addressing common scientific “blunders” like “third party authority”. Finally, she will walk the audience through the overwhelming body of evidence pointing to the health benefits of organic foods as well as the many environmental benefits of organic agriculture that are often unacknowledged by negative press.
Prepare to walk away with a greater understanding of the value of organic agriculture and food and be better equipped to critically evaluate information that is presented in the media so you can make more informed decisions.
Jodi Koberinski has made a career of transforming food systems as an entrepreneur and as an advocate. A pioneer in small scale organic processing, Jodi has experience with product research and development, certification, organic sourcing, marketing and business planning. Jodi has served on numerous working groups and Boards including Certified Organic Associations of BC, Small Scale Food Processors Association, Food Secure Canada, and Sustain Ontario. Recently, Jodi was invited to join the Organic Value Chain Round Table based on her diverse experience and contributions within the organic sector, and has served as Executive Director for the Organic Council of Ontario since 2009.
This speaking tour has been made possible through generous sponsorship provided by Whole Foods Market.