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By Culinary Facilities of Georgia - PREP
68,000 Square Feet Acquired to House Commercial Kitchens, Offices & Production Facilities for Atlanta-Area Chefs, Bakers, Caterers, Specialty Food Producers, Food Truck Operators & More
By Sample Sarasota
New Vendors Join the August 27 "Sample Sarasota" Evening Foodie Market in Downtown Sarasota, Florida
By Sharon Towers
A sweet summer tradition is coming to Sharon Towers and everyone is invited.
Increase in New Hampshire local foods activity and farming opportunities
By Oliver Russell
BOISE, ID (November 26, 2013) – At first glance, you wouldn’t cast Janie Burns and Susan Medlin as rebellious women intent on disrupting a market.
By Pompano Beach CRA
The GreenMarket Pompano Beach is excited to announce the launch of a new calendar of events for the remainder of the 2013 season! These special events aim to help event attendees learn more about health and wellness in a fun community atmosphere.
By Michele McKinley
Farm It Forward program is a new partnership among Advocates for Health in Action (AHA) and local Wake County farmers. A community supported agriculture (CSA) program, Farm It Forward benefits Wake County citizens in need.
By MyNorth Media | Traverse Magazine
MyNorth Chef Showdown: Local, the online home of Traverse Magazine, asked Northern Michigan chefs from Traverse City to Petoskey to prepare a dish with 95 percent Michigan products. The video demo & recipe are on
By Local Foods, Local Food, Buy Local Food
Americans are becoming more interested in developing local food systems. Here are recommendations from green entrepreneur Douglas Stambler about how to start your own local food movement.
By N.C. State University
N.C. Cooperative Extension faculty are training Extension agents in all 100 N.C. counties in Good Agricultural Practices, which are proven practices that help ensure the safety of fresh produce. Agents then hold their own local training sessions.
By N.C. State University
The Farmers Market at the N.C. Research Campus in Kannapolis opens for the second year May 7 with new rules requiring that all produce sold there be grown within 100 miles of the biotechnology center.

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