About Us

Let’s Talk About Food is a Boston-based organization that initiates, develops and fosters connectivity, literacy, education and public engagement around our food system.
Chef Jody Adams and Governor Deval Patrick at the first LTAF festival, June 2010.

Chef Jody Adams and Governor Deval Patrick at the first LTAF festival, June 2010.

From sustainability to food access, cooking to obesity, and food safety to food justice, Let’s Talk About Food invites people across the spectrum to join in participatory, engaging and meaningful conversations that can shape the place food holds in our communities, our world, and our hearts. Our goal is to create a community of “Food Thinkers” – a new kind of Food Think Tank that brings experts and the community together to explore food and food issues in our world. Let’s keep the food and conversation flowing – together!

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Glenwood Garden – New FDA Gluten-Free Labeling Regulation – A Win for Conscientious Consumers

[…] Let’s Talk About Food is kicking off the sustainable food festival in Copley Square from Oct. 3 to 5 with several formidable speakers on the topic of sustainable food for New England, at Trinity church at 6pm. We’re looking forward to it, and in the meantime we’re celebrating the new gluten-free labeling regulation that Let’s Talk About Food has heralded on their website: […]

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