Oakland, California (EastBayDaily) — The EcoFoodist of the Bay Area announces it will be holding the First Annual Food Sustainability Forum on September 21 from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. The event will be held at the Claremont Resort in Berkeley. The festivities will be highlighted by the appearance of Kiko Technology, a Hong Kong firm leading in advance technology – taking water to a new level. Kiko’s President, James T. Osugi will serve as a speaker and panelist for the event.
This will be the first of many Food Sustainable Forums that will advance the dialogue of alternative business models and solutions. These business models prove to be economically, socially and environmentally sound with proven methods and technology that promote long-term development of sustainable practices.
“What you eat is your business, safety and supply is our concern,” said Spencer Gillette, creator of EcoFoodist.
The First Annual Food Sustainability Forum will discuss different possible solutions and invite different companies to follow the EcoFoodist belief in clean and green living. A round table workshop will provide delegates with the opportunity to discuss business applications and solutions directly with entrepreneurs, government and non-governmental organizations and corporations.
Eco-Cocktails will serve as the key-networking event of the forum. This will be followed by an announcement of the Eco-Cocktail Competition winner. The closing dinner ceremony will be held at the Claremont Hotel Club & Spa, Sonoma Ballroom located at 41 Tunnel Road in Berkeley and will feature a very special guest appearance.
Visit The EcoFoodist at http://www.ecofoodistregistration.com/registration to register for the event or call (510) 466-6378 to gather more information about the forum.
About The EcoFoodist The EcoFoodist in the Bay Area is dedicated to the advancement of life by advocating and promoting the development of environmentally conscious, safe and economical food enterprises around the world. With Spencer Gillette’s 20 years of experience as a Food Service Executive, The EcoFoodist is gradually growing by inviting food corporations to learn and apply food system sustainability.