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Food Fest at BYU–Hawaii

Food Fest is a leadership development opportunity, fundraiser for the Clubs, and an opportunity to broaden international understanding and celebrate our BYUH Ohana and the local community.

Photo collage of students presenting and preparing cultural foods as produced for the 2020 Food Fest.

Food Fest 2022

Food Fest is a special event aimed to unite people from diverse countries, ethnic backgrounds, and cultures through food. This event will also provide the opportunity for student clubs to raise funds for club activities and supplies. This semester's Food Fest will be the second in-person Food Fest since the pandemic began and will allow us all to once again reconnect through food after the long and terrible effects of COVID-19.

Food Fest will take place at the Flag Circle from 4 pm to 10 pm on November 6. All tickets will be issued by the Student Leadership & Service team to the student body and community to purchase food from the clubs. Tickets are pre-sold in online. There will be a ticket booth on Saturday, November 5 as well. Participants are encouraged to purchase tickets in advance to avoid long queues at the ticket booth on Saturday.

Clubs will ensure that their foods are in compliance with the Department of Health standards. Members of the Food Services department will monitor and make sure that the foods are kept at correct temperatures. All supervisors will be tasked with ensuring that all food handling standard procedures are followed and that supplies are in check. Student Leadership & Service will also ensure that all things done at the event are in compliance with state laws with regard to COVID-19. This will be a joyous event for all members of the student body and community.

Check out Student Leadership and Service's Instagram for the menu.