Farm Meets Table:
Making Local Food Connections
Please join us for this first ever Farm Meets Table event. This event brings together local farmers looking to sell directly to restaurant chefs. Owner/Chef Sean Weinberg has made a deep commitment to feature fresh, regionally produced foods at Restaurant Alba. He will be sharing his expertise on buying locally in a brief “How to Buy from Farmers” presentation. A “How to Sell to Chefs” segment will be led by Mark Dornstreich of Branch Creek Farm for growers new to direct sales.
For Our Local Growers
We ask that only growers with the desire and capability to sell their locally grown items on a commercial scale attend this event. Please note that all local growers will be screened to determine eligibility prior to the event. Don’t meet the requirements, but interested in selling locally? We encourage you to locate farmers markets in your area by visiting buylocalpa.org/southeast.
For Our Local Buyers
Savvy restaurants are choosing to buy locally for a reason- local foods offer premium taste, maximum freshness and keep dollars in our local economy. Not to mention, many customers think buying local foods is important and beneficial to the well being of their families and communities. We ask that only local buyers committed to buying locally produced foods attend this event.
Monday, April 12, 2010
Hosted by PASA Southeast Regional Office & Chef Sean Weinberg
Where:Restaurant Alba 7 West King Street Malvern
Evan Elizabeth Miller
Chester County Coordinator
PA Buy Fresh Buy Local