12 Submissions Shortlisted

 

On World Food Safety Day 2021, The Cropper Foundation and partners launched a national food safety campaign which sought to actively engage the public through a SAFE Food Challenge. Residents of Trinidad and Tobago were encouraged to get creative at home by filming and submitting a public awareness message promoting good food safety practices to their fellow consumers.

The 12 best submissions have been shortlisted and are now eligible to win two prizes, one of which will be decided by public feedback.

Please support your favourites by liking, commenting on and sharing their submissions. The most liked video across all of our social media platforms —FacebookInstagram, Twitter— will win the SAFE Food Challenge – People’s Choice Award which comes with $5,000 TTD and other goodies.

Voting begins August 19, 2021 and ends at 4 pm, September 1, 2021. All shortlisted entries are listed below by order of the date submitted.

Entry #1 – [I Want my Food SAFE]

Cherice Bronte-Tinkew

Dietician, Cherice Bronte-Tinkew, explains the steps she takes to ensure that the food she eats is always safe. Support her submission by liking it on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Entry #2 – [SAFE Food Spoken Word]

Jabari Daniel

University student, Jabari Daniel, performs a spoken word piece he created to promote SAFE food shopping habits to consumers in Trinidad and Tobago. Support his submission by liking it on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Entry #3 – [Do You Want to Be Healthy? Then Let’s Choose “SAFE” Foods]

Arianna Rampersad

These students have a message: In the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, it is very important that we choose “SAFE”, healthy foods to protect our health! Support her submission by liking it on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Entry #4 – [What does it mean for food to be SAFE]

Dillon Vanalilla

Dillon Vanalilla teamed up with his mom to deliver this safe food message through poetry. Their objective: to encourage more consumers to do their own research into good food safety practices. Support his submission by liking it on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Entry #5 – [Lettuce Eat Safe]

Jonathan Francis

A Group of Artists is challenging consumers to ask tough questions about food safety when shopping at the grocery store or the market. Support his submission by liking it on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Entry #6 – [5 Food Safety Tips in 50 seconds]

Zachary Ramsumair

Student, Zachary Ramsumair, blends animation and video footage to deliver a creative lesson to consumers on the importance of food safety. Support his submission by liking it on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

 

Entry #7 – [The Unhealthy Tomato]

Isaiah Mapp

Student, Isaiah Mapp, invites us to follow the journey of an unhealthy tomato from farm to table in this animated cautionary tale about food safety. Support his submission by liking it on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Entry #8 – [It’s not SAFE]

Kristal Doorgah

Kristal Doorgah and her brother sing a sweet song about food safety. She uses creative visuals to link good choices by consumers to a safer, happier planet for all. Support her submission by liking it on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Entry #9 – [SAFE Food Shopping Habits to Practice]

Sarah Maharaj

Student, Sarah Maharaj, describes SAFE Food Shopping Tips we should all follow to ensure a healthier future for people and the planet. Support her submission by liking it on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Entry #10 – [Who is Agent Food]

Sai Saidu

Student, Sai Saidu, performs a spoken word piece where takes on the role of a secret agent debriefing you, the consumer, on an important food safety message. Support his submission by liking it on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Entry #11 – [Unwrecking Lives]

Willie Singh

In this music video, Willie Singh and his daughters offer an adorable take to a familiar melody in their mission to promote good food safety practices. Support his submission by liking it on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Entry #12 – [I Believe in Safe Food]

Dana Persad

Members of the “I Believe in Success Foundation” encourage everyone to be more aware of the food products they select and become advocates for good food safety practices. Support her submission by liking it on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

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