May 26, 2011
Food Hub bridges the gap between food buyers and growers throughout the Northwest
Have you heard about Food Hub yet?
Food Hub is an interactive website that seeks to connect food-related businesses in the greater Northwest region. Businesses can create an online profile and exchange messages with other members. Food Hub's Marketplace page allows farmers and distributors to post information about available products. Meanwhile, restaurants and grocers can post messages for items they need.
Membership is open to food buyers and sellers in Oregon, Washington, Alaska, Montana, Idaho and California.
Food Hub is a project of Ecotrust, a non-profit organization based in Portland. Ecotrust also publishes Edible Portland. Visit www.food-hub.org for more information.
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