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Chocolate + Tea + Beer + Branding… This THURSDAY at WeWork Labs [Seaport]: Join Babson College food entrepreneurs Miles of Perfect Fuel Chocolate and Alex of Cognitea. http://www.meetup.com/Startups-Building-Consumer-Products-Boston-Meetup/events/166898192/
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Have you reserved your tickets for Let's Talk About Food's Aquaculture event at…
Have you reserved your tickets for Let's Talk About Food's Aquaculture event at the New England Aquarium on 6/19 yet? Such an important topic, where we'll learn all about current and future aquaculture projects here in MA. The talk is followed by a delicious reception with treats from Island Creek Oysters, Formaggio Kitchen, Iggy's Bread, Grown-up Soda, and Tito's Vodka.
Getting excited about our Massachusetts Aquaculture 101 event at the IMAX at NEAQ! Here's one of our panelists, Rod Taylor from Taylor Cultured Seafood.
He grows 4 million bay scallops and 3 million oysters on 135 acres in Fairhaven and Mattapoisett in Buzzards Bay.
For full program information & tickets: www.boston.com/aquaculture