People can love to eat and still stay healthy through their choices.
Miami, Florida (PRWEB) April 10, 2013
Miami Eats will feature unique food exhibits, cooking demos with delicious tastings, and special cooking classes to enhance participants’ understanding of the science behind food while also stimulating their taste buds.
Eat Well Foods will be serving up samples of their wheat-free, heart-healthy, diabetic-friendly meals to festival-goers.
"This will be a great festival," says Mark Lew, owner/chef at Eat Well Foods. "People can love to eat and still stay healthy through their choices. All our meals are wheat-free and contain only fresh ingredients. Even our sauces and marinades are made from scratch, so we can guarantee you the healthiest, most convenient meals available, with the flavors nature intended."
Miami Eats will feature activities for the whole family, including:
- Cooking demos and tastings
- Cooking classes
- Hydroponics classes for home vegetable growing
- A honey bee presentation and honey tasting
- Food chemistry demos, including make your own nitrogen ice cream
- Select tables and booths showcasing healthy eating with the University of Miami’s Nutrigardens and Eat Well Foods.
Visit the Eat Well Foods table to enter a raffle for a chance to win three free Eat Well Foods meals of your choice.
Admission is buy one ticket; get one free with a donation of two nonperishable cans of food. Regular admission is $14.95 for adults ($12.70 for Miami-Dade County residents); and $10.95 for seniors (62+), children (ages 3 – 12), and students with an I.D. ($9.30 for children, students and seniors who are Miami-Dade County residents). Limit two free admissions per group. Food donations benefit Farm Share and Chapman Partnership.
To learn more about Eat Well Foods, or to request a media kit, contact Mark (Mario) Lew at 786-991-6602 or Hank Eder at 828-689-5787.