The 26th Annual Boulder Creek Festival takes place from Saturday, May 25 to Monday, May 27. At the festival, there will be around 50 food vendors, and over 30 percent of the vendors are from Boulder County.
Prospect Eats, a burgeoning weekly food-truck gathering in south Longmont, kicked off its 2013 season on Monday, April 29, with a crowd of about 800 showing up to partake in cuisine, live music and community interaction.
Three hundred Denver and Boulder-area restaurants will participate in the “Dining Out for Life” fundraiser Thursday, April 25. Participating restaurants will donate 25 percent of the day’s food sales to Project Angel Heart, a food delivery service for Coloradans suffering from disease.
Labeling products “organic” can influence perception of food, according to a study done by Cornell University. Known as the “health halo effect,” calling an item organic improves how people perceive its taste, calories and value.