Furthering Connections Between Colorado Food & Beverage Producers & Buyers


Tuesday, March 12th, 2019, 12:00-4:00 p.m.

National Western Complex Exhibit Hall

4655 Humboldt St., Denver, CO

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The Eat Colorado Food Show is back for its fourth edition bringing Colorado’s diverse and innovative food and beverage producers together with buyers from restaurants, caterers, grocers, hospitals, municipalities, and school systems to create more connectivity, understanding and meaning within our dynamic food system.

The Food Show will showcase Colorado produce, grains, meats, preserves, condiments, honey, spirits, wines, beers, baked goods, and more, with over 120 producer booths.

Don't miss the Speaker Series inside the Expo Hall Bar & Grill.

Free Parking is available on-site in Lot A.

Join us!

Attendance for the Food Show is free – register below!

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vendors

Colorado farmers, producers, and distributors will be displaying products and providing samples to buyers from around the state.

Join us to make new business connections and expand your consumer base.

Registration has closed - we hope to see you there as an attendee! Sign up below.

 
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buyers / attendees

Whether you're an F&B industry member, producer, media member, or a food lover of the general public, attendance is free!

Sign up to discover new purveyors and enjoy food and drink from around Colorado.

 

growers, makers & shakers at the 2019 food show:

 
 

Farms & Ranches

ACRES at Warren Tech

All Natural Homestead Beef

Bee Squared Apiaries

Cactus Hill Farm

Centennial Cuts

Certifiably Green Denver

Colorado Craft Beef

Colorado Egg Producers

Colorado Proud / Department of Agriculture

Corner Post Meats

Ela Family Farms

Emerald Gardens

Evergrow

Forever West Farms

Grains from the Plains

The GrowHaus

Highland Bees

Hoffman Farms

Jodar Farms

Mountain Man Micro Farms

Pfaltzgraff Farms

Plants Naturally

Prosper Meats

River Bear American Meats

Rock River Bison Ranches

Rocky Mountain Fresh

Rocky Mountain Micro Ranch

The Urban Greenhouse

Women’s Bean Project

Food Producers

Alpine Dressing

Bjorn’s Honey

Breadworks

Cacao Chemistry

Colorado Mills

Cultura Chocolate

Dar Chocolate

Do Sauce

D&J’s Enticing Delights

Elevation Ketchup

FishSki Provisions

Green Belly Foods

Healthyish Foods

High Point Creamery

Hinman’s Bakery

Holy Frijole

Honeyville

Jai Mix

Jojo’s Sriracha | Love Hard

J. Brady Seasonings

Mulay’s Sausage

New Beat Foods

NOGA Granola

Nutritious U

On Tap Kitchen

Outrageous Baking



 

Ozuke / Farmhand Organics

Patter Bar

Polidori Sausage

Prohibited Provisions

Raquelitas Tortillas

The Real Dill

Revolution Pops & Gelato

Rockin’ Rubs

Rome’s Sausage

Silver State Foods

Skinny Crisps

Snow Owl Confectioners

Temptee Brand Streak

Victoria’s Gluten Free Kitchen

Wacky Apple

The Zesty Moose

Zhuzh!

Beverage Producers

Art of the Spirits

Attimo

Backyard Sodas

Bigsby’s Folly

Bolder Beans & Tortillas

Carboy Winery

Colterris

Dazbog Coffee

Deerhammer Distillery

Distillery 291

Erie Coffee Roasters

The Family Jones

Great Divide Brewing Co.

Hanuman Chai

Happy Leaf Kombucha

Hogback Distillery

Honey House Distillery

Leopold Bros.

Locke + Co Distilling

Mythology Distillery

Novo Coffee

Rocky Mountain Vinegar Shrubs

Ska Brewing

Stem Ciders

Swallowtail Foods

Teakoe

Telluride Brewing Co.

These Things Take Time

TruBucha / TruJun

Vapor Distillery

Wood’s High Mountain Distillery

Food & Beverage Distributors

Allegro Coffee, Tea, Spices

Colo-Pac Produce

Four Seasons Farmers & Artisans

Golden Organics

Grower’s Organic

Savory Spice

Seattle Fish

Smith & Truslow

The Spice Guy

Tap Root Coopertative

 

eat colorado speaker series: 2019 schedule

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12:30 -
1:30 pm

Strengthening Communities Through Food Panel Discussion

Open to Public

Panelists:

Slavica Park - Director of Education and Economic Opportunity, Focus Points

Kayla Birdsong - Executive Director, The GrowHaus

Eric Kornacki - Co-founder and Director of Impact, Re:Vision

Moderator: 

Krista Roberts - Executive Director of Slow Food Denver and Event Director of Slow Food Nations Festival

Meet four non-profit organizations who are strengthening Denver-area communities through food. Learn about the different ways each organization—Re:Vision, The GrowHaus, Focus Points, and Slow Food USA—approaches community empowerment and food, and the challenges they face along the way.

 


1:45 -
2:45 PM

Raising the Sustainability Standard Panel Discussion

Open to the Public

Panelists

Todd Leopold - Co-founder, Leopold Bros.

Sally Herbert - Co-founder and CEO, Altius Farms

John-Paul Maxfield - Founder and President, Waste Farmers

Mike Callicrate - Owner, Ranch Foods Direct

Moderator:

Adam Schlegel - Co-founder of Snooze, an AM Eatery and Chook

As our standards for sustainable agriculture change rapidly, meet four nationally-recognized leaders who are pushing the status quo in their fields: a James Beard-nominated distiller focused on resource efficiency, one driver behind Colorado’s organic cannabis industry, and a thought leader in regenerative agriculture and natural beef.


3:00 - 
4:00 PM

Drink It In: State of Colorado Wine Seminar & Tasting

Ticketed Event - Register Here

Speakers:

Ashley Hausman - Master of Wine

Scott High - Founder, Colterris Wines & Classic Wines

We’ve heard it through the grapevine; the Colorado wine industry is having a breakthrough moment, receiving banner national recognition for its quality and innovation. Ashley Hausman MW and Scott High, founder of Classic Wines and Colterris Wines, are here to tell you why and how, and to guide you through a tasting of some of our state’s change-making sips. This workshop has a limited number of seats; please pre-register through the link above.  


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