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B2B Local Food Networking Event Guelph Wellington

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B2B Local Food Networking Event Guelph Wellington

Time: February 28, 2011 from 12pm to 6pm
Location: Loyola House at Ignatius Jesuit Centre
Street: 5420 Hwy 6 just north of Guelph
City/Town: Guelph
Website or Map: http://www.guelphwellingtonlo…
Phone: 519-372-9064
Event Type: networking., trade., foodservices., farmers
Organized By: Gayl Creutzberg
Latest Activity: Feb 17, 2011

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Everyone Welcome!

Join us for the taste real Kick Off and B2B Networking

$20 per person, $25 at the door (register now! limited booth spaces available)

12:00 -1pm    Tradeshow mingling and registration

1:00pm           taste real Strategy kick off

1:30pm           Presentation of Local Food Hub

2:15pm           Presentation of Niagara Food Initiatives

3 – 3:20pm    Networking break and refreshments

3:20pm           Panel: Demystifying the Components of the Local Food Value Chain.

 4:00pm           2011 Action Planning: Break Out Sessions with our speakers

• Group A: What will it take to create a Food Hub for Guelph Wellington?

• Group B: Do we want an online marketing and distribution system for local farmers and local food buyers?

• Group C: How will the taste real brand help my bottom line?

4:30pm   Trade Show, B2B Networking and Finger Foods

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