Good News, Everyone!
The very thing I am aiming to do with Good To Go in Cherry Valley is, according to today’s New York Times, wildly successful. The Next Great Thing, and it’s just around the corner, friends.
After decades of public hand-wringing about the empty calories and environmental impact of fast food, the farm-to-table notions that have revolutionized higher-end American restaurants have finally found a lucrative spot in the takeout line. The result already has a nickname: farm to counter.
“This is not a passing fad,” said B. Hudson Riehle, the research director for the National Restaurant Association, who added that locally grown food and sustainability were the top two customer priorities reported this year in the group’s annual poll of American chefs. “It’s only going to get stronger.”