Farm'd Farmer's Guide - Tetragonia

Learn more about the products you source from local and family-owned farms, from the farmers that grow them. Have you gotten your hands on the tetragonia growing at Levity Farms? The perennial plant, also known as New Zealand spinach, is not only widely used among knowledgeable chefs, but it's also a favorite of the local producers that grow it.

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In Support of Local and Organic at Atlanta's Food Festivals

Georgia's finest farmers, chefs, mixologists and countless others in Georgia's local food systems came together in Atlanta's Westside Provisions District to celebrate the festivals tenth annual run and to add to the more than $250k donated to Georgia Organics over those ten years.

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Meet Your Local Producer: Andrew McBath at Banner Butter

There is no right way to prepare a dish, but there is a good way. Andrew McBath at Banner Butter is helping you do it the good way by making your butter with cream that’s exclusively sourced from “dairy farms that are doing it in a good way.” We can’t tell you the right way to cook, but we can say that supporting your friends and your community is the good way.

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Meet Your Local Farmer: Will Beattie at Bear Creek Cattle Company

When was the last time your beef was cultured with classic rock? The cattle at Bear Creek Cattle Company are more than just sophisticated -they’re raised on pastures in northern Georgia with the type of attention that can only be gotten from a family-owned farm. The small scale of a local family farm allows careful attention to the cattle at all stages, which, in turn, renders the highest quality beef.

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