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Salt Food Photography, Tourism Kelowna
Chef To Table
Chefs behind the counter at Waterfront Wines, who prepared the food at Tourism Kelowna’s Farm-to-Table program launch in late April
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Farm to Table Video from Tourism Kelowna
On April 24, Tourism Kelowna launched its Farm-to-Table program at the Laurel Packinghouse. The program is meant to highlight the importance of agri-tourism and locally sourced food to the region’s economy and those of other communities around the province. More than 60 people showed up to welcome the launch.
The event featured restauranteurs, farmers and food producers who will participate in the 2013 program along with the Minister of Agriculture Norm Letnick and several other dignitaries.
Food at the reception included apple juice by Function Junction, wine from Cedar Creek Estate and The View wineries and canapes produced by chef Mark Filatow of Waterfront Wines. All food and drink were made with locally sourced produce.
Some 27 businesses are involved in the 2013 Farm-to-Table program. For more information on those companies or to download a brochure, expected shortly, go to: