Rhode Islanders now have eight winter farmers’ markets available throughout the state where they can purchase a wide variety of locally-grown and produced products. The Department of Environmental Management’s Division of Agriculture and partners are helping to sponsor the indoor farmers’ markets through the “Get Fresh. Buy Local.”
Updates on current local food and drink news in Rhode Island featuring: Boy Scouts Collecting for the RI Community Food Bank, Pawtucket Wintertime Farmers Market Opening, JWU Program Review and Tour
Updates on current local food and drink news in Rhode Island featuring: Local Agriculture and Seafood Act Grant Program Public Hearing, Tallulah on Thames Burgers BBQ & Sunday Suppers, Providence Chefs & Bartender to Represent at StarChefs in N.Y.
Updates on current local food and drink news in Rhode Island featuring: Newport Vineyards Opens Restaurant, DEM Farm Viability Grants, Cook & Brown Public House Wins National Competition
Back in February, Congressman Jim Langevin spent a week touring various food-related businesses in his district and he’s back at it again, this time spreading the visits over the last week of September/first week of October.
On Sunday, October 19, from 4 – 7 p.m., Chefs Collaborative is assembling some of Rhode Island’s best “farm-to-fork” chefs to promote awareness of local and sustainable ingredients available in the Ocean State.
Updates on current local food and drink news in Rhode Island featuring: Bakes for Breast Cancer October Bake Sale, Langevin Continues Focus on Food Economy, George’s of Galilee Fall Seafood Specials
The Taste Trekkers Food & Travel Expo returns to Providence for its second year on October 3-5. In addition to the in-depth culinary session, tasting pavilion, and citywide scavenger hunt, this year’s expo will feature the New England premiere of the film Farm-City, State.
Updates on current local food and drink news in Rhode Island featuring: Hope & Main Readying to Open, Farm Fresh RI Farmers Markets, New Attractions in Newport & Bristol Counties
Showcasing the best of the ever-expanding Rhode Island culinary scene, the Eat Drink RI Festival returned to Providence for an expanded four-day all-local food festival. The Festival, now in it’s third year, was held Thursday, April 24th through Sunday, April 27th and featured a star-studded line-up of over 80 chefs, farmers, bartenders and producers including . . .