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Eating at this year’s Farm Aid is lovely, local and delicious, providing a boon for local vendors, farmers and eaters.
All photos by Rose Hoban
Concertgoers at Saturday’s Farm Aid event found out that eating at a big venue doesn’t have to be greasy, heavily processed and artificial. That’s not to say that all of the treats on offer were low-fat and low-calorie, as evidenced by specialties from Durham’s Scratch bakery and The Pit BBQ. But thousands of servings of healthy, organic, sustainable and locally sourced food pleased concertgoers, vendors and officials from the Walnut Creek Amphitheater.
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Fresh, Healthy Delicious Food at Farm Aid Shows Concertgoers It Can Be Done
by Editor, North Carolina Health News September 13, 2014
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