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MFSC Presents at Maine Agricultural Trades Show Online

Maine Farm and Sea Cooperative can help add value to your Maine-based food business. Join us online during the Maine Agricultural Trade Show on January 13th for two online sessions that can help your business scale up.

Session 1: Scaling from Production to Processing

Wondering what scale is right for your food based business? Should you have a commercial kitchen or hire a co-packer? What food safety regulations do you need to know? Join Maine Farm & Sea Cooperative and a panel of processors from on-farm to co-packing to learn more.

Hosted by Ron Adams, MFSC and Stephanie Cesario-DeBiasi, Healthy Communities of the Capital Area.


Abbey Snell, Snell Family Farm, Buxton, ME.

Sam Miller, Maine Food Group, Brunswick, ME.

Dave Seddon, MBA, RD, LD, MFSC CEO, 2020 SQF Auditor of the Year (ASI) / Finalist (SQFI)

January 13, 2022

9-10:30 Zoom:

Session 2: Farm to School Opportunities for Local Producers

Ten million dollars are allocated annually for USDA farm to school grants. Maine Farm and Sea is helping producers and school districts access these funds and implement farm to school programs throughout Maine. Join us to learn more about how local food is purchased to feed kids in schools and learn about the first Maine Farm to School Institute.

Hosted by Ron Adams, MFSC, Martha Poliquin, Falmouth School Nutrition Director, and Stephanie Cesario-DeBiasi, Healthy Communities of the Capital Area

11 am - Noon Zoom:

Click here or any link above to register. Registration is for both sessions, but feel free to join any, either, or both.


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