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​What is Food Day?

Food Day & Healthfest is celebrated to inspire people to change the way we look at food, personally and collectively. Phoenix Food Day has been bringing education and entertainment together since 2014 to help the valley move towards a healthier future.  In 2019, Junior League of Phoenix partnered with the City to add a healthfest feature. 

Eating healthy is good for you, the economy, and the environment!

Meet Junior League of Phoenix, our partners in Food Day & Healthfest.

Junior League of Phoenix is committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women, and fighting hunger in the Greater Phoenix community. Learn more about Junior League of Phoenix and ways to get involved on their website.​

Phoenix Food Day & Healthfest Drive-Thru Events

The City of Phoenix thanks Junior League of Phoenix, Cartwright School District, V.H Lassen Elementary, Unlimited Potential, and Spaces of Opportunity, Fry's, United Healthcare, First Things First, and Arizona Health Zone for their contributions to the two events that served more than 4,000 individuals and families with food boxes, goody bags, seed starting kits, and healthy recipes. ​

See be​low for our Cooking and Gardening Virtual Demos!​​​


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2021 Goody Bag donations provided by:​​​​​

Arizona Health Zone at University of Arizona Cooperative Extension​, City of Phoenix Office of Environmental Programs, Neighborhood Services Department, Public Works Department, Water Services Department​, Fry's/Kroger, Junior League of Phoenix Foundation, ​Junior League of Phoenix, Maricopa County Air Quality Department,  Project Roots, Spaces of Opportunity, United Healthcare, 2 Busy Bees.

​​​Cooking Demos

​Healthy eating is delicious! Watch these videos to learn how to make​ yummy dishes that are easy to prepare and use fresh ingredients and local ingredients.  Chef Miriam Ramirez from Salvadoreño Restaurant shares a family recipe from El Salvador and shows ho​w to make a delicious and healthy Calabazitas Guisadas, or Stewed Squash. Chef Maria Parra Cano of Sana Sana Foods shows how to make a plant based Green Chile Pozole with Jackfruit.​ Chef Chris Lenza ​​shows how to make a delicious and healthy Turmeric Rice Noodle Bowl. ​Chef Chris Lenza makes Cauliflower Rice with Hominy, Cilantro and Bell Pepper.  Chef Mike Willison, Canyon 49 Grlll, is cooking Eggplant Enchiladas. Chef Miriam, Salvadoreno Restaurant prepares Stewed Chicken.​​​​​​​

Gardening Demos

Have you thought about growing your own food? Watch these videos and learn what plants need, how to plant seeds, and care for your garden. Learn from Hussein Alhamka and Elaine Atwood, local farmers at Spaces. These local farms are supplying food to families in need, and teaching people in the South Phoenix community about the importance and nutritional value of eating local produce. Learn from Danelle Acker, Community Garden Coordinator, Arizona Healthzone University of Arizona Cooperative Extension, Beth Wright, Community Garden Coordinator, Cartwright School District and Marina Gallardo, Community Lead Coordinator, University of Arizona Cooperative Extension.​​​​