Canfield hosts ‘Farm to Fork’ dinner

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Supporting local growers one of the objectives of Sunday night’s second annual Farm to Fork Dinner.

White House Fruit Farm in Canfield hosted the event that aims to promote food from our region.

All of the produce and meats in the eight-course meal came from local farms. Even the fruit for the cobbler dessert.

“We’ve always wanted to do one of these dinners but on our own we just didn’t have the expertise to do it so we have partnered with United Way, Covelli Enterprises is our main sponsor and Antone’s is our wonderful chef and we’re so pleased to have everyone here tonight to showcase what we do in agriculture here in the Mahoning Valley,” said White House Fruit Farm owner Debbie Pifer.

One hundred tickets were pre-sold for the event, Pifer expected to serve about 140.

All proceeds will go to the United Way.

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