Why become a Fresh on the Menu Chef?
Through the Fresh on the Menu website, we often feature recipes from chefs and restaurants like yours. It’s a great way to expose potential customers to your restaurant and style of cooking. As a Fresh on the Menu restaurant, you are welcome to participate.
Promote Your Restaurant
Fresh on the Menu was created to support South Carolina farmers. To be a Fresh on the Menu restaurant, 25% of your ingredients must be Certified SC products that are in season. If your restaurant meets that requirement, or if you’d like to increase your use of local ingredients, contact Ansley Rast Turnblad at firstname.lastname@example.org or (803) 734-2207.
As a Fresh on the Menu restaurant, you have the opportunity to have your chef(s) featured on this website. It’s a chance to help spread the word about the importance of sourcing locally grown ingredients and show future customers your passion for creating fresh, delicious dishes.
Wholesalers and Broadliners
- A&A Produce
- Francis Wholesale
- Marvin’s Produce
- Performance Food Group
- Sawyer’s Produce
- Senn Brothers
- Taylor Boys Produce
- US Foods
- V.B. Hook & Co.
Food Hub Members
- Catawba Farm and Food Coalition
- Growfood Carolina
- Swamp Rabbit Cafe and Grocery
- Axiom Farms Cooperative (coming soon)
- Lowcountry Fresh (coming soon)
For more information on the Food Hub Network, contact Nikki Seibert at email@example.com.
Learn More About FOTM
For more information about Fresh on the Menu please contact:
Ansley Rast Turnblad
P.O. Box 11280
Columbia, South Carolina 29211