Cynthia Sandberg

Farmer, USA


David Kinch

David Kinch

Chef, USA


Crafting Exclusive Farm/Restaurant Collaborations

It’s now more common for restaurants to have exclusive partnerships with nearby farms, but chef David Kinch of Manresa Restaurant and Cynthia Sandberg of Love Apple Farms were among the first to do it in the States. In this presentation from MAD3, they walk the audience through every step of the process and discuss both the rewards and challenges that are part of the relationship.

 

 

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