Local Food Matchmaker and Tradeshow Event, January 28

Local Food Matchmaker and Tradeshow Event
Seacoast Local
Oyster River High School, 55 Coe Drive, Durham, NH
Monday, January 28, 2013
3 – 6 pm

Don’t miss out! If you have a local food related business, spaces are filling up fast for the Local Food Matchmaker and Tradeshow Event taking place on January 28th from 3-6pm at Oyster River High School.  Join other area food producers and interested local food buyers in networking, developing business connections, and brainstorming ways to collaborate to strengthen the food system here on the Seacoast including….

The Kittery School District, Portsmouth High School Culinary Arts, Oyster River High School, UNH Dining Services, Favorite Foods, Acorn Kitchen, Durham Marketplace, The Natural Grocer, Moxy, The 100 Club, Enzo Restaurant and Bar, The Stone Church Music Club, Me and Ollies,Dos Amigos Burritos, Jumpin Jays Fish Cafe, Beach Pea Baking Company, Flatbread Company, Heron Pond Farm

Seaport Fish, Stout Oak Farm, Heron Pond Farm, Miles Smith Farm, Piper Ranch, Fresh Start Farms Karimah’s Kitchen, White Heron Tea, The Soup Guy, LLC, Good Bread Company (Craquelins), Hubba Hubba Foods,
Jumpin Jays Famous Fish Sauce, Sweet Melissa’s Kitchen, Sharon’s Granola

…and additional registrations rolling in daily!

Registration is $15, $5 for Seacoast Local Members.  Fill out your online registration at www.seacoastlocal.org or contact Jessica Boynton for a physical copy,food@seacoastlocal.org603.465.8255.

Benefits to attending:
– Time to network face-to-face with potential business customers
– A list of all participants including the products they’re selling or looking to source
– Workshop space to learn more about local food sourcing on the Seacoast of New Hampshire
– Re-charge your battery by tasting good food and mingling with great people!

Spread the word!  Don’t see a business on this list that you think may benefit from this opportunity?  Send them this information or connect them to our website.

For additional event details, visit our website www.seacoastlocal.org or contact Jessica Boynton at food@seacoastlocal.org603.465.8255.

We look forward to helping you grow your business through local food connections!

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