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Greets and Eats Re-launches June 11 at Coffeebar



unnamed-555x70-3190075-8966882At Greets and Eats, we believe the local food industry around Reno is a team sport—it takes connection.

Greets & Eats will host monthly networking events to help bring local food systems professionals together to share opportunities, problem-solve, discuss future projects and gain knowledge from rotating experts.

It’s a need we saw and addressed, and we think it’s going to continue to help the local food industry do big things. The new Greets & Eats website is just one of the tools we have for helping food industry people in and around Reno connect (greetsandeatsreno.com).

If you’re wondering, “What’s to be gained by having those who drive our local food systems become more connected anyway?” Well, we thought you might ask that, so let’s look at just a short list of benefits:

  • More partnerships, greater opportunities
  • More knowledge and understanding of the industry’s inner workings
  • More efficiency, higher profitability
  • Higher public awareness, which leads to more demand for local food
  • More local food sourcing
  • Greater access to healthy food (including more variety)
  • More enjoyable, better tasting, satisfying food for local families
  • A greater connection to our community
  • Better functioning, more sustainable systems
  • Economic development
  • More funding
  • More opportunities for educational programs
  • Help changing the perception of Nevada from a barren desert to a rich agricultural state
  • We could go on…

So, now we think the question is, “What’s not to be gained by having those who drive our local food systems become more connected?”

Reno Greets and Eats offers Flavorful Networking for Food Industry People. The next event is June 11th at Coffeebar in Reno.



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