This grass-roots organization creates a food festival and media event with the participation of over 50 Scarborough restaurants. Catering chefs, culinary students and volunteers create the “World’s Largest Multicultural Salad” made from local produce to serve 15,000 people at the Taste of Scarborough Festival on July 7, 2007 and to share with the Second Harvest Food Bank. The 200 foot-long salad incorporates seven distinct cuisines from regions around the world, reflecting Scarborough’s status as Toronto’s most multicultural community.
S.S. Jain Foundation (Scarborough Taste)
The World’s Largest Multicultural Salad
$32,500 - June 25, 2007
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