Hazon Detroit is thrilled to announce the launch of our Food Festival In A Box!
In collaboration with your favorite vendors and community organizations from previous Food Festivals, Hazon, the Jewish Lab For Sustainability, has procured specialty food items and meaningful community/justice opportunities for a delicious and interactive Food Festival experience to be enjoyed at home or gifted to others. Everything you love about the Food Festival, now in a box! We know this isn’t the same as being together at Eastern Market, but we’re confident that this will provide just the right kind of taste that makes the Food Festival so special!
Boxes will be available for safe, easy, and contactless pick-up on August 23rd, 2020 from 12-3 p.m. at The Jewish Federation (6735 Telegraph Rd, Bloomfield Hills), and we will be sure to send pick-up details in a follow-up email.
If you have any questions and to view the full list of items that will be included in each box, please scroll down to see more information below, or reach out to Marla Schloss at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The deadline to register for a Food Festival In A Box has passed. We are thrilled that over 160 people signed up for this program.
If you were unable to sign up in time, we may sell another round of Boxes for our program, if there is enough interest. Please complete the form below and we will be in touch.
We are thrilled to have products from over 30 vendors in each box.
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13oz bag of Granola made with Ancient Grain Teff (locally-sourced, vegan)
3 oz bag of Sea Salt Potato Chips (Locally-sourced, gluten-free, vegan)
15 oz pk of 5 Greek Flatbreads (Certified kosher, locally-sourced, vegan)
Get Involved with Our Partners!
An inclusive festival of unexpected Jewish learning run totally by volunteers. Our fifth annual event will take place via Zoom, Sunday, November 1st, 2020.
Tamarack Camps, established by the Fresh Air Society, builds a vibrant community by providing enriching Jewish camping experiences for children and families, respectful of financial ability. Tamarack Camps is incredibly proud of the partnership between Hazon Detroit and the Farber Farm at Camp Maas. Year-round programming at the Farm emphasizes our Jewish agricultural heritage, values and traditions, sustainability, and environmental stewardship. Each year, thousands of pounds of produce grown at the Farm are donated to local food banks and shelters to help feed the community and combat food insecurity. We’re committed to growing a better tomorrow.
A goal of the Food Festival has always been to provide a platform for local vendors and community groups to share their work with a broad audience. More than ever, we intend to continue supporting our partners. This year, our sponsors are creating an opportunity for so many to have an amazing Food Festival experience safely in their homes. Sign up to be a sponsor here.