Woodstock Fruit Festival
The Woodstock Fruit Festival is a nonprofit festival celebrating a fruit-based diet since 2010. In 2013 the fitness activities, lectures and 24-hour fruit bar (as well as gourmet fruit-based dinners) drew in excess of 600 participants for the 7 day festival. In 2014 the WFF announced that there would be 2 weeks rather than one.
Michael Arnstein is the founder of the festival.
- Woodstock Fruit Festival website. http://www.woodstockfruitfestival.com/page/budget-1
- Volkskrant.nl Article, Sept 9, 2011, http://api.ning.com/files/w94mefY0UQ9Lp2JJC7iUlywVdu-E5nmKKMqztZjioKKtdviJq9sBoVwOP*gHShFA*reQUo2QksOI6O2dW8ItTuW9DGCYGToh/stinkvrucht.png
- Huffington Post, August 29, 2011, http://www.huffingtonpost.com/sandy-henson-corso/raw-food-vegan_b_937302.html
- Noah Davis (August 28, 2013). "Life Among the Fruitarians: A Visit to the Woodstock Fruit Festival". Grub Street (NY Magazine). Archived from the original on 2014-03-15.