Vegan sliders are just one of the many Indian and Mexican inspired dishes offered on Eat To Feed TO’s menu


Good food for a great cause, what better way to warm up a cold March evening?  Good Food For Good is launching their Socially Good Dinning Series, Eat 2 Feed TO in partnership with Foodshare Toronto and Southbrook Vineyards.

The first edition takes place on Friday, March 6 from 7pm to 10pm, and includes an exclusive gastronomic experience at the Montgomery’s Inn in order raise money to help improve health and food access in Toronto.  Enjoy a 3-course Indian and Mexican inspired dinner along with delicious local and organic wines from Southbrook Vineyards.  Music for the evening will be provided by The Music Studio.

Tickets for this amazing night of food, wine and music are $45 with all profits being donated to Food Share Toronto in order to help deliver healthy food and food education.

Good Food For Good was founded by Richa Gupta and is a Toronto based organization, which stands for “good food” and “good business”, and produces fresh, organic and locally made sauces and spreads that are sold throughout stores across the GTA. All sauces are handmade in Toronto with no additives, preservatives, powders, extracts or concentrates. For every sauce and spread purchased, Good Food For Good donates a meal to feed a hungry child.   Richa says their mission is simple, “make a difference one meal at a time, and bridge the gap between quality and convenience and between consumption and giving. “

Southbrook Vineyards sees this new dining series as an opportunity to collaborate with like minded organizations who are working towards celebrating the impact that fresh locally made food can have on the community.

Come out to Eat 2 Feed TO and join together to help make a difference in your community while seeing the benefits of keeping food local.

Tickets and menu information: http://goodfoodforgood.ca/eat2feedto/

Southbrook Vineyards is a Good Food Fighter. Please support the businesses and organizations that support Good Food Revolution.