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Monday, February 27

5:30pm MST

SOLD OUT! NoCo Food Cluster Community Annual Meeting
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Are you interested in starting a business in food, beverage or agriculture? Do you currently run an agricultural related business? Join the Northern Colorado Food Cluster for our Community Annual Meeting where you can hear about our new objectives and goals for 2017 and mingle with others committed to our local food system. This meeting is free and open to everyone! The mission of NCFC is to promote local food production, manufacturing, distribution and consumption in Northern Colorado. In 2017 we are going to be working hard to increase our services for our industry members and supply chain actors in the region. To learn more about the NoCo Food Cluster, click here.
Light appetizers will be served and a cash bar will be available. 

Monday February 27, 2017 5:30pm - 8:00pm MST
Wednesday, March 1

1:30pm MST

Food Trends 2017: The Comings and Goings at the Dinner Table
Limited Capacity seats available

Find out what's new and hip for the center of the plate and what is considered passé. Trends come and go and here is what several experts predict the changes to your diet will be in the coming year.

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Doug Cannon

Specialist, Larimer County Economic Development
Doug Cannon is a Specialist with Larimer County Economic Development Department. He is responsible for Community outreach ensuring the citizens of Larimer County know about are resources. Doug is also responsible for leading the county’s Business Retention and Expansion efforts... Read More →

Wednesday March 1, 2017 1:30pm - 2:30pm MST
Downtown Artery
Thursday, March 2

1:30pm MST

So You Want To Start A Food Business?
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Come hear from Fort Collins best food entrepreneurs about their lessons learned in starting a food truck, bakery, local food distribute, pop up or brick and mortar restaurant in Northern Colorado. Learn about the state of The Food Industry in Northern Colorado from the pros and have the opportunity to pitch your 1-minute concept and get real time feedback from the esteemed panel.

"My advice for any entrepreneur or innovator is to get into the food industry in some form so you have a front-row seat to what's going on." Kimbal Musk
Taylor Smith (Sliver Seed Food Truck); Callie Koch (Ingrained Bakery) Josie Sexton (Food Writer); Elizabeth Mozer (LoCo Food Distributers) Jesse Doerffel (FarmHouse Restaurant)

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Josie Sexton

Founder, Brick + Mortar
Josie is a journalist covering food and drink trends, the craft beer and restaurant industries and international as well as domestic travel. Her work has appeared in The New York Times, 5280 and Sunset magazine, as well as on NPR.org and Eater Denver. After reporting on Fort Collins... Read More →

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Ashley Colpaart

Founder; CEO, The Food Corridor
Ashley is co-founder and CEO of The Food Corridor, a virtual food hub that connects food entrepreneurs to commercial kitchen space. The Food Corridor is the first food tech start-up aiming to regionalize food systems through reducing redundancy, increasing efficiencies, and providing... Read More →
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Jesse Doerffel

Owner/Operator, The Farmhouse at Jessup Farm
I began my career with The Broadmoor Hotel in Colorado Springs which is where I gained my foundation in the hospitality industry. I later joined Marriott/The Ritz Carlton company and opened hotels in the United States. After getting the entrepreneur bug, I started a food and later... Read More →
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Callie Koch

owner, Ingrained Bakery
Ingrained Bakery is a small Northern Colorado bakery that specializes in artisan sourdough breads, pastries, and handmade butter. The business started in 2011 as a wholesale business and now has a retail store front. In addition, our products are also at area farmers markets.
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Elizabeth Mozer

Founder, CEO, Loco Food Distribution
In a university town that also supports several tech and software businesses, finding a person born in Fort Collins is like finding a centaur or befriending a unicorn. Like a centaur or unicorn, Elizabeth and her high school sweetheart husband are two such rare mythical creatures... Read More →
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Taylor Smith

Founder & Owner, The Gold Leaf Collective
After 3 wildly successful years of his first food truck, The Silver Seed, Taylor has taken a small start-up and grown it into an incredibly multi-faceted and diverse company. His second food truck, The Silver Seed, Too, began operations in 2016, and his new Fort Collins restaurant... Read More →
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Trish O'Neill with The Cooking Studio

Founder & Owner, The Cooking Studio
Trish O’Neill is the Founder & Owner of The Cooking Studio, a recreational cooking school in Old Town Fort Collins. The Cooking Studio was founded in 2015 and has hosted over 1500 amateur cooks since opening. Chefs from all over Northern Colorado work as Chef Instructors. Programs... Read More →

Thursday March 2, 2017 1:30pm - 3:30pm MST
FVC Mesh Fort Collins