Food For Thought Education Series
Food For Thought is a Culinaria Center education series consisting of food law and policy related workshops and continuing legal education sessions.
Food For Thought intends to expose business and legal professionals to the laws and policies that shape their everyday interactions with food and food businesses. The sessions are for education purposes only and are in no way legal advice.
Have you ever considered selling food at Mardi Gras but haven’t done it because you don’t know where to start?
Mardi Gras Food Vendor
Do you understand the lived experiences of families with children whose blood lead levels are or have been elevated?
Do you know how the law interests and impacts on food, water, and the environment such as lead poisoning?
Food Law CLE Program
Mardi Gras Food Vendor Education
Have you ever considered selling food at Mardi Gras but haven’t done it because you don’t know where to start? Join us for Culinaria Center’s A Mardi Gras Food Vendor Education Program.
In this two-hour program, attendees will learn the steps that are necessary to become both fixed and roving food vendors over the Mardi Gras season. The program provides an overview of the permits, costs, and general requirements of the City of New Orleans, Health Department of Louisiana, and New Orleans Fire Department.
Culinaria Center for Food Law, Policy, and Culture is embarking upon a series of Listening Sessions to understand the lived experiences of families with children whose blood lead levels are or have been elevated. This includes families who have suffered through lead poisoning and continue to combat generational ailments.
This is part of the flagship project that seeks to identify the impacts of lead and heavy metals on urban grown and processed foods. Check back here for dates and locations!
A Food Law CLE Program
Culinaria Center for Food Law, Policy, and Culture is hosting A Food Law CLE Program. Since Food Law is a niche practice area, the event is constructed to appeal to both non-lawyers and lawyers whose practice may not directly relate to food.
Besides Ethics and Professionalism hours, we will have panelists discussing intersectional areas of law such as public health, rights of women and families, business, trade, land access, and coastal issues. Each hour provides a new lens through which attendees can view impacts on food, water, and the environment.
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