What does Farm-To-Table mean?
Farm-to-table is a social movement which promotes serving locally sourced food at restaurants and school cafeterias that comes directly from a specific farm, without going through a store, market, or distributor along the way.
What types of products are considered "locally sourced?
While many people think that farm-to-table is strictly farm raised produce, it actually encompasses a larger variety of goods, including but not limited to products produced at wineries, breweries, ranches, and fisheries.
What are the benefits?
Fresh, nutritious products that come directly from the source.
Cuts down on chemically engineered or processed food offerings.
Supporting local business and farmers.
Boosts local economy.
The farm-to-table approach has been on the rise in recent years, making a huge mark on the food service industry.
Tri-State Marketing is making a shift towards a farm-to-table concept with our all new test kitchen. Guests can experience the wonder of working with a large variety of equipment from our innovative manufacturers, all while using natural ingredients from our on-site gardens.