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Food Connects 2020 Local Food Trade Show

242 Chesterfield Rd
Keene, NH

Food Connects will hold its 2020 Local Food Trade Show on Tuesday, March 3 from 2:30 to 5:30 pm at Stonewall Farm. This event brings together local farmers, producers, and wholesale buyers from southern Vermont and New Hampshire.

Even though this area is abundant in high quality, locally produced food, it is sometimes difficult for wholesale buyers to access these products. Food Connects, an aggregation and distribution food hub operating in southern Vermont and New Hampshire, makes it easy for buyers to purchase hundreds of local products from dozens of local producers.

This trade show highlights products from area farmers and value-added producers who sell through Food Connects. Wholesale buyers working in schools, hospitals, retail, restaurants, and other institutions will have the opportunity to sample local products and meet regional food producers.

TARGET AUDIENCE: Wholesale food buyers located in southern Vermont and New Hampshire

WHERE: Stonewall Farm, 242 Chesterfield Rd. Keene, NH 03431, Main Hall on the 2nd Floor of the Learning Center

WHEN: Tuesday, March 3, 2:30 - 5:30 pm (snow date: Thursday, March 5, 2:30 - 5:30 pm)

COST: FREE for Wholesale Customers

Learn more by visiting the Food Connects Trade Show webpage: https://www.foodconnects.org/local-food-trade-show/

 Food Connects is an entrepreneurial non-profit that delivers locally produced food as well as educational and consulting services aimed at transforming local food systems. The Food Hub aggregates and delivers from over 60 local farms and food producers to over 100 buyers in southeast Vermont, southwest New Hampshire, and western Massachusetts. Our educational services focus on a Farm to School Program. Acknowledged as a statewide leader, the program supports over 30 schools to increase local food purchasing, school meal participation, and food, farm, and nutrition education. Together these core programs contribute to a vibrant local economy by increasing local food purchases by schools and improving students’ nutrition and academic performance. Additionally, Food Connects is frequently hired to provide leadership and consulting services for efforts aimed at transforming local food systems in the New England region.