Farm to Table is all about connecting farms & local food producers to the community. Eating real food & cooking at home are critical for maintaining a healthy lifestyle. We hold community events throughout the region to educate consumers about where they can buy local & how to prepare local foods.
Friday & Saturday, March 21 & 22, 2014 from 10 am - 5 pm each day at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center downtown.
Cooking demonstrations, speakers, kids activities and a giant Expo Hall full of local food exhibitors. Our Keynote Speaker is Judy Wicks, author of Good Morning, Beautiful Business, and founder of the White Dog Cafe in Philadelphia, PA.
You will meet farms, wineries, food producers, retailers, non profit organizations, farmers markets, CSAs, media groups and many more. Check out our website for speaker schedule, exhibitor list and registration links. Teachers can get free ACT 48 credits & registration. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Friday, March 21, 2014 from 5 pm - 8 pm
Join us Friday evening after the Farm to Table Conference to sample both local food & beverages. Over 50 vendors participate and each supplies a taste of some local drink or dish. A separate registration is required.
Farm to Table Pittsburgh encourages Western PA consumers to eat real food from local farms, restaurants, personal chefs, food producers, CSAs, etc. Farm to Table Pittsburgh started back in 2006 and is the nutrition component of the American HealthCare Group Wellness Program. We're a family business based in Pittsburgh. Our Farm to Table theme is: Keep it Real, Keep it Local. Our clients are employers, school districts, community groups and senior high-rise buildings. We are scheduling Farm to Table School Assemblies. We have programs for elementary, middle or high school aged children. Kids learn where food comes from, how to eat healthy and about local farms.