Just Eat It: A Food Waste Story

Just Eat It – A food waste story (Official Trailer) from Grant Baldwin on Vimeo.

Nearly 50 percent of food, worth billions of dollars, is discarded in North America each year. The film explores our nationв’s systemic and ruinous obsession with expiration dates and perfect produce, ultimately revealing the devastating consequences of our habits across the globe. Bringing farmers, retailers, inspiring organizations, consumers and passionate experts to the table, Just Eat It shares an educational and entertaining cinematic story for everyone to digest. Directed by Grant Baldwin. Produced by Jenny Rustemeyer.

Panel discussion, moderated by Eliza Barclay, NPR Reporter, follows screening. Panelists: Brian Lipinski, Associate in the Food Program, World Resources Institute; Meghan Stasz, Senior Director, Sustainability, Grocery Manufacturers Association, and Andrew Finke, Chief Operating Officer, DC Central Kitchen.

Wednesday, March 25, 7:00 p.m.

FREE.В Reservations required. Reserve atВ justeatit.bpt.me.В Reservations and Government issued photo IDs are required. People without a reservation will not be allowed in. Registration ends at noon on March 25.

Embassy of France, 4101 Reservoir Rd., NW (Metrobuses: D1, D2, D3, D5, D6)

Reservations and Government issued photo IDs are required. People without a reservation will not be allowed in. Registration ends at noon on March 25.

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