[VIDEO] Homegrown in Ohio: The Local Food Movement

On June 5th, 2019 we presented Homegrown in Ohio: The Local Food Movement. Learn from local growers, chefs and food suppliers about this well received yet sometimes controversial industry movement. Our panel of experts on discussed the different health benefits, local economic impact, and growing popularity of farm-to-table tasty, fresh and nutritious food grown and served right here in NEO.

Moderated by:
Noelle Celeste, Founder, Edible Cleveland

Panelist include:
Brian Rosander, Executive Chef, Great Lakes Brewing Co.
John Bonner, Co-Founder, Great Lakes Growers
Mario Grazia, Produce Buyer, Heinen’s
Abbe Turner,  Owner, Lucky Penny Creamery
Mary Holmes, Chapter Leader, Slow Food Cleveland

Thank you to Clifford Norton Studios for the photos!

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