Hazon Food Festival: Philadelphia
Celebrate food, sustainability, and Philadelphia’s unique Jewish culture.
Thank you to everyone who came to the Hazon Philadelphia Food Festival: Liberty, Food & Justice for All. In the end over 300 people came to learn more about how the Jewish community can make an impact on Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey by growing stronger and more vibrant.
Presented by Hazon, a local twist on Hazon’s successful national, multi-day Food Conference, this Food Festival is a unique, one-day taste of the local Jewish Food Movement.
The Food Festival, held at Congregation Rodeph Shalom, is a day for Philadelphia area foodies, rabbis, restaurateurs, chefs, farmers, educators, vegans, and omnivores to come together to explore the interplay of food, sustainability, Jewish traditions, and contemporary life.
We are grateful for the support of our friends in the Philadelphia community:
Co-sponsored by Congregation Rodeph Shalom, Fresh Grocer, Isdaner & Co, LLC, Kurtz & Revness, P.C. Attorneys at Law, What is Your Food Worth (Feinstein Center, Temple University), The Myer & Rosaline Feinstein Center for American Jewish History, Jewish Federation of Southern New Jersey, Tiferet Bet Israel, Society Hill Synagogue, Gratz College, Barber Gale, Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel, Penn Liberty Bank, Stacey & Ed Rivkin, Congregation Beth Am Israel,& Kellman Brown Academy.
Presented in partnership with Adath Israel, Congregation Kol Ami, Temple Sinai, Reconstructionist Rabbinical College, Kol Tzedek, Mekor Hebracha, Temple Beth Zion-Beth Israel, Sage Financial, Dan Seltzer, Old York Road Temple-Beth Am, Congregation Beth El, Temple Beth Hillel-Beth El, Congregation Adath Jeshurun, Temple Beth Sholom, Jewish Farm School, Margolis Reality, Fair Food Philly, jkidphilly, Eden Village Camp, Center City Soft Pretzel Co., Lancaster Farm Fresh Cooperative