Largest Food Art In Quezon City

Photo | December 27, 2014

Environmental activists, health advocates, organic consumers and traders and policy makers celebrate Philippine’s rich and diverse agricultural heritage by forming a food art installation made out of 1,700 kilograms of ecologically produced fruits and vegetables at the Quezon City Memorial Circle. The food mandala, Sanskrit word for circle, harmony, balance and unity, also dramatized the call for the agriculture department to promote ecological agriculture instead of risky Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs).

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