Saturday, March 19, 2016
We are proud to announce the following sponsors of our Farm Fresh Breakfast on Saturday, March 19, 2016, at our 10th Annual Farm to Table Pittsburgh Local Food Conference.
Building New Hope & 19 Coffee Company
Building New Hope is a volunteer-driven nonprofit organization based in Pittsburgh, PA and Nicaragua. In Nicaragua, we partner with a worker-owned coffee cooperative, operate two schools for at-risk youth, and sponsor high school scholarships.
19 Coffee Company is m Micro-coffee roaster in Washington, PA and we’re devoted to fantastic small-farm specialty coffees. It’s our belief that great coffee starts with the farmers and the care and devotion they show in growing exceptional beans.
From ParagonFoods.net: Through our relationships with local farm partners, Paragon Foods has become the largest distributor of local products in our market. Paragon Foods maintains its commitment to providing our customers with the best products, fresh ideas, and unparalleled customer service.
Mediterra Bakehouse is founded on the principles of the Artisan Baker. Millenial-trusted knowledge, combined with the finest ingredients, time-intensive processes, and a passion to produce the finest bread infuse every handmade loaf that emerges from our custom-built, stone-hearth, steam-injected ovens.
Burnt Cabin Grist Mill
From HistoricMillAndCamping.com: Nestled in the Allegheny mountains of rural Fulton County in south-central Pennsylvania, Ye Olde Mill Family Campground is a rural getaway for outdoor enthusiasts and history buffs alike.
East End Food Coop
East End Food Co-op is Pittsburgh’s only member-owned natural and organic food market, serving the community since 1980. You’ll find delicious, healthy food in our store’s aisles, and a triple bottom line when it comes to our business. As a local business, we support sustainable food, environmental responsibility, and our community.