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January 21, 2008



Most of what makes travel fun for me are experiencing a region's local fare, but I usually spend a great deal of time researching on my own. I'm curious to see how this develops.


Hi folks! I am the program assistant with the Eat Well Guide and I want to thank you for highlighting the Eat Well Guided Tour of America, which was a great success for Sustainable Table. The tour made stops at many of the Eat Well Guideā€™s 12,000 sustainable food outlets (restaurants, bakeries, farms etc). The Eat Well Guide team, located in New York City, is currently hard at work on our travel tool due to be complete this summer. The tool will enable users to find good food on the road. Users of the site will be able to enter the starting point and destination of their trip, and the sustainable food outlets for their selected trip will appear in a map on our website.

About the Eat Well Guide:

The Eat Well Guide, www.eatwellguide.org, is a free online directory of over 12,000 farms, grocery stores, restaurants and other outlets that offer local, fresh and sustainable food in the United States and Canada. Visitors simply enter a zip or postal code to search for food that is free of antibiotics and added hormones, and produced by healthy and humane methods that include organic, pasture-raised and heritage. The Eat Well Guide does the research for people who want to find good food and support local, sustainable farmers.


I just found this article on "Byways for the Gourmet Road-tripper." It's part of the National Scenic Byways program.


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