On Tuesday, October 2, a unique film that will change the way you think about school food will hold its Atlanta premiere at Georgia Public Broadcasting. Cafeteria Man showcases the work of Chef Tony Geraci and a group of dedicated supporters who are leading the charge to change the way kids eat at school by replacing pre-plated, processed foods with locally-grown, freshly-prepared meals.The film screening will be followed by a discussion with Chef Tony Geraci and filmmaker Richard Chisolm. A free live webcast of the film screening and follow-up discussion will be available beginning at approximately 6:40p.m. to interested media at http://www.gpb.org/gpbwell/cafeteria-man. The event begins at 5:30p.m. with a reception featuring healthy food with recipes supplied by Georgia Organics. In addition to the film premiere, the event will also showcase the great work happening around Georgia with farm to school programs and serve as a launch for a statewide effort to get 5 Million Meals served to Georgia school kids this year featuring fresh, local food.The event is a collaboration between Georgia Public Broadcasting, the Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation, United Health Foundation/ United Health Group, The Fledgling Fund, the Atlanta Falcons Youth Foundation, Specialty Studios and Georgia Organics.
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