East End Food Institute's New 'Food Hub' Has Potential To Revolutionize Food Market on the East End - 27 East

East End Food Institute’s New ‘Food Hub’ Has Potential To Revolutionize Food Market on the East End

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The East End Food Institute, a nonprofit that builds partnerships between farmers, food producers and food consumers on the East End, held a cocktail event at Nick and Toni's restaurant in East Hampton on September 15 to announce the launch of a new project, the creation of the East End Food Hub. COURTESY EAST END FOOD INSTITUTE

The East End Food Institute, a nonprofit that builds partnerships between farmers, food producers and food consumers on the East End, held a cocktail event at Nick and Toni's restaurant in East Hampton on September 15 to announce the launch of a new project, the creation of the East End Food Hub. COURTESY EAST END FOOD INSTITUTE

The nonprofit East End Food Institute hopes that its new project, the East End Food Hub, will help centralize aggregation, processing and distribution of local foods. COURTESY EAST END FOOD INSTITUTE

The nonprofit East End Food Institute hopes that its new project, the East End Food Hub, will help centralize aggregation, processing and distribution of local foods. COURTESY EAST END FOOD INSTITUTE

The nonprofit East End Food Institute hopes that its new project, the East End Food Hub, will help centralize aggregation, processing and distribution of local foods. COURTESY EAST END FOOD INSTITUTE

The nonprofit East End Food Institute hopes that its new project, the East End Food Hub, will help centralize aggregation, processing and distribution of local foods. COURTESY EAST END FOOD INSTITUTE

East End Food Institute Executive Director Kate Fullam addresses supporters at the cocktail event at Nick and Toni's Restaurant in East Hampton on September 15. COURTESY EAST END FOOD INSTITUTE

East End Food Institute Executive Director Kate Fullam addresses supporters at the cocktail event at Nick and Toni's Restaurant in East Hampton on September 15. COURTESY EAST END FOOD INSTITUTE

East End Food Institute Executive Director Kate Fullam addresses supporters at the cocktail event at Nick and Toni's Restaurant in East Hampton on September 15. COURTESY EAST END FOOD INSTITUTE

East End Food Institute Executive Director Kate Fullam addresses supporters at the cocktail event at Nick and Toni's Restaurant in East Hampton on September 15. COURTESY EAST END FOOD INSTITUTE

Renderings of plans for the proposed multi-million dollar East End Food Hub, which will be built in the location of the former Homeside Florist property in Riverhead. COURTESY EAST END FOOD INSTITUTE

Renderings of plans for the proposed multi-million dollar East End Food Hub, which will be built in the location of the former Homeside Florist property in Riverhead. COURTESY EAST END FOOD INSTITUTE

Renderings of plans for the proposed multi-million dollar East End Food Hub, which will be built in the location of the former Homeside Florist property in Riverhead. COURTESY EAST END FOOD INSTITUTE

Renderings of plans for the proposed multi-million dollar East End Food Hub, which will be built in the location of the former Homeside Florist property in Riverhead. COURTESY EAST END FOOD INSTITUTE

authorCailin Riley on Sep 28, 2022
Since its inception, the East End Food Institute — a nonprofit organization that builds partnerships among farmers, food producers, and food consumers from Long Island to New York City and... more

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