U.S. Food Festival & Food Show Section
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February 14, 2017
Most of the more than 1/2 million restaurants in the U.S. have special events scheduled for today. They are too numerous to list.
March 17-19, 2017
Coffee Fest Nashville 2017
Coffee Fest has been serving the specialty coffee and gourmet tea industries since 1992. Viewed by most as the best trade show in America and around the world specifically for those involved with retailing coffee, tea and related products. Coffee Fest continues to evolve and stay at the forefront of emerging trends.
January 7-10, 2016 Blackberry Farm: Taste of the South
The event plays host to the annual meeting of the Fellowship of Southern Farmers, Artisans, and Chefs. Since 2006, the Fellowship has fostered camaraderie and mentorship among the individuals who grow, nurture, and interpret the bounty of the Southern harvest. Each January, the fellows come together at Blackberry Farm to break bread and share knowledge while reinforcing the vital link between field and table.
February 21-23, 2016 Annual American Meat Conference
The Annual Meat Conference aims to satisfy your appetite for learning and professional growth and opens the door to fresh ideas and new perspectives. Comprehensive education sessions include a variety of ways to explore the latest developments in meat retailing today. Gain tools, insights, inspiration and new ideas to differentiate your unique products and services, fortify your marketing ROI, increase sales and build customer loyalty. Explore and sample some of the newest and best meat, poultry and ingredient products from more than 50 companies.
February 26-27, 2016 64th Annual Mid-South Farm & Gin Show
More than 400 exhibitors from over 40 states will be on hand showcasing the latest technology and innovation available in agriculture. (also: www.southerncottonginners.org/ )
March 7-11, 2016 National School Breakfast Week
School Nutrition Association.
March 15, 2016 'AgDay' National Agriculture Day - Nationwide
A day to recognize and celebrate the abundance provided by agriculture.
March 28-April 3, 2016 Mule Day - Columbia, Tennessee
'Mule Day' has been a popular Columbia tradition for nearly 170 years, since the 1840s. It began as “Breeder’s Day”, a single day livestock show and mule market event held on the first Monday in April. Over time, “Mule Day” evolved from a single day event into a multi-day festival, attracting thousands of attendees, lasting almost a week. If you visit during Mule Day celebrations, you might see a square dance, a mule-driving contest, a horse show, a crafts festival, or attend a flea market. Other events include “working mule”, “best of breed”, or even lumberjack competitions. Food served at the event includes barbecue, roasted corn, home-made pies and funnel cakes.
March 2-5, 2014 Hospice du Rhône at Blackberry Farm
Celebrate the exceptional 22 Rhône varieties at the 4th installment of Hospice du Rhône at Blackberry Farm. Over the course of the weekend, guests will enjoy quality time with Rock Stars in both the wine and culinary world through cooking demonstrations, wine presentations, meals, tastings and late-night s’more gatherings. Together, Blackberry Farm and Hospice du Rhône will create an atmosphere like no other and we promise it will be one for the book.
March 20-21, 2014 Taste of the Mountain, On The Move
Sewanee, Monteagle and Tracy City, Tennessee
DUE TO LACK OF PARTICIPATION, THIS EVENT WAS CANCELLED FOR 2014
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