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Figuring out where to dine and want to know the latest restaurants to source locally and sustainably? Feel like packing up your friends to pick luscious cherries, apricots, and peaches in the Brentwood sunshine? Need information on how to can and jam that heavenly pile of fruit when you get it home? Have you waited until now to sign up for a CSA? We’ve got what you’re looking for.
The guide is your source for being savvy about local foods and includes oodles of other ways that you can eat locally year round. We’re already hard at work putting together Food Guides for these California regions in 2009:
Listings are free for food businesses committed to sourcing local ingredients. If you own a farm, restaurant, grocery store, or other food business that needs an extra boost, you should be listed! Or maybe you have the inside scoop on a delicious, sustainable café that could use some exposure. Tell us about it!
Contact Allyse Heartwell or go through our online registration process to submit your listing today. Please also get in touch with Allyse if you would like to distribute Eater’s Guides in your community or at local farmers markets.
Addtionally, if you’re interested in reaching a core audience of dedicated foodies, TheEater’s Guide is a surefire way to get your message to the right people. Our readers are savvy and adventurous, and love to eat and buy local foods! Contact our Local Food Guide Manager, Ariane Michas at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Here’s to another season of eating locally and growing the food movement!
The Local Food Guide Team