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Sponsored: Ingles Taste of Local

Sponsored: Ingles Taste of Local

What is “Taste of Local?” Your opportunity to meet some of the local farmers, vendors and artisan food, beer and cider makes that supply Ingles, sample products, shop local and support local businesses!

Ingles in West Waynesville, 1678 Brown Ave #1. Thursday, July 26 • 3-6 p.m.

For folks in town for FOLKMOOT - There'll be over 25 different vendors to meet and samples to try!

  • Annie's Breads - Asheville • Celtic Sea Salt - Asheville
  • Darnell Farms (produce) - Bryson City
  • No Evil Foods (plant-based) - Asheville
  • Postre Caramel Sauce - Woodfin • Roots Hummus - Asheville
  • Sunshine Sammies (ice cream sandwiches) - Asheville
  • Sunburst Trout - Waynesville • Tribal Grounds Coffee - Whittier
  • Woogie's Mustard Sauce - Asheville

Leah McGrath, RDN, LDN

Ingles Markets Corporate Dietitian

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