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[Tomato Tuesday] Food Bloggers Poised to Take Over the Internet

This time next week, the internet will be filled with recipes featuring slave-free tomatoes. When I hatched this idea last month, I had no idea that so many of you would want to be involved, but I'm so grateful for all of your support and can't wait to see all of your recipes!

This campaign has the potential to help supermarkets change their policies to support slave-free tomatoes. And when these changes come, you can all say you were part of it. We truly have an incredible community of food philanthropists!

If you haven't already signed up, it's not too late. Visit the campaign page for more details, and send an email to thegivingtable@gmail.com to receive the post guidelines.

Tomato Updates

  • Meet Antonio, who escaped from slavery in Florida
  • Don't forget to follow the Slave-Free Tomato pinboard!

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