Through the North Carolina Cooperative Extension, a state wide campaign called the NC 10% Campaign has been created to help promote the use of local produce and food products to support local farmers and artisans.
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High Country Grown is a marketing initiative launched by the Watauga Food Council to promote restaurants and value-added businesses that source locally-produced products in the northwestern mountains of North Carolina, including Blowing Rock, Banner Elk and Boone.
F.A.R.M. Full Circle is a food recovery and redistribution program of F.A.R.M. Café. They collect imperfect fruits and vegetables, over-ordered food items, and other products at risk of going to waste from local grocers, farmers, and small businesses. Each week, volunteers prepare ready-to-eat meals, meal kits, and other value-added products using recovered foods.
All farmers' markets located in the Town of Boone limits which provide local, sustainable produce and goods to the citizens of Boone.
This list, compiled by the Watauga County Cooperative Extension, was created to use as a resource to help showcase where local foods from the High Country can be bought.