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Farmer + Chef Connection

Local food producers and wholesale buyers
come together at this annual statewide event.

July 20, 2017

Upcoming Events

What: Farmer + Chef Connection
When: Monday, September 11th
Where: Cliff Castle Casino, 555 W Middle Verde Rd, Camp Verde, AZ 86322

For the first time ever, the Farmer + Chef Connection is going to be held in Northern Arizona—Camp Verde, to be precise. This annual event aims to bring together local food producers and wholesale food buyers for restaurants, hotels, grocery stores, food service professionals and other businesses and institutions from across the state. This is a great way to keep your money and food local whilst supporting a vibrant Arizona economy and a thriving agriculture industry.

Tickets are now on sale for both food vendors and general admission, with early bird pricing through July 31:

  • Early Bird Pricing (through July 31):
    • General Admission: $10/person all day pass, includes access to Suppliers Marketplace and Reception
    • Vendor Package: $80, includes standard tabled space with ability to sample and sell, reserved parking, two all day passes, and listing in post-event follow-up packet. Purchasing early bird package allows vendor the option to load-in and prep booth up to a day earlier.
  • General Admission (begins August 1):
    • General Admission: $20/person all day pass, includes access to Suppliers Marketplace and Reception
    • Vendor Package: $100, includes standard tabled space with ability to sample and sell, reserved parking, two all day passes, and listing in post-event follow-up packet. The deadline to purchase regular priced vendor packages is September 1, 2017.

Following the suppliers’ marketplace, all attendees are invited to attend the local foods reception, which features locally sourced appetizers and Arizona wine, beer, and spirits. Attendees can use this opportunity to casually network over a custom menu of Arizona food and beverages and hear from featured speakers.

Information and tickets are available for purchase at localfirstazfoundation.org/azfarmerchef.







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