Special sustainability supper planned for Miami

May 16, 2018 by  

Miami residents who would like to learn more about ways to feed those in need will soon be taking their seats for a meal that will provide tangible evidence of how food that is currently going to waste can feed a large number of hungry people.

The Sustainable Supperclub will see guests served a variety of plant-based dishes. Many of the ingredients used will be sourced from ingredients that would often go to waste. The goal is to show how this food can go a long way towards helping to solve the issue of hunger in the community.

The first Sustainable Supperclub will be held in the Peres Art Museum Miami’s Verde, and Hungry Harvest, Star Catering along with Chef Jamie Booth, will all be collaborating to design the menu and prepare the food. While the diners savour the dishes, they will have an opportunity to learn how they can make a difference by becoming mindful consumers.

The museum is located at 1103 Biscayne Boulevard, and the tickets are being sold for $125 each. Stationery printers can be called upon to provide printed menus, table cards, VIP invitations, and other items for this type of awareness-raising event.

This will be the inaugural occasion for the Supperclub, and it will be held on June 5. Everyone who is interested is invited to partake in the occasion.

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