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Local Food Connection: Farmer/Food Buyer Networking Event

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Local Food Connection: Farmer/Food Buyer Networking Event

Time: March 29, 2010 from 9am to 12pm
Location: London Hunt and Country Club
Street: 1431 Oxford Street West
City/Town: London, Ontario
Website or Map: http://www.ledc.com/newsevent…
Phone: Karen Eatwell, National Farmers Union office at 519-232-9638, 1-888-832-9638
Event Type: farmer/food, buyer, networking, event
Organized By: London Economic Development Corporation, National Farmers Union
Latest Activity: Feb 9, 2010

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Local Food Connection: Farmer/Food Buyer Networking Event

March 29, 2010

London Hunt and Country Club
London, Ontario

9:00 a.m. – 12 noon

A Local Food Connection: Farmer/ Food Buyer Networking Event comes to the London Hunt and County Club on March 29, to provide opportunities for farmers and food buyers to meet one-on-one and to explore opportunities to do business together.

Who should attend? Farmers who are interested in finding out more about selling into local food marketing opportunities, and chefs, caterers, food retailers, food processors, distributors, or food-service and institutional food providers looking to offer more local food. This is a must attend event.

Farmers and food buyers will have the opportunity to meet in one-on-one sessions to develop business connections. A Local Food Buffet will be featured throughout the event.

Pre-registration is required. There is no charge to farmers who are exhibitors. The registration fee is $20.00 for all others.

For complete details and to register, visit the London Economic Development Corporation website at www.ledc.com/newsevents/events/. You can also contact Karen Eatwell, National Farmers Union office at 519-232-9638, 1-888-832-9638, kareneatwell@execulink.com


This event is presented by our partners Savour Ontario , Farm Credit Canada , and our contributing partners, Libro Financial Group and Local Food Plus.

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