An Atherton beef producer has hatched an innovative new smart phone app that cuts out the middle man, by connecting chefs with fresh, local produce from our own backyard.#9News | http://9News.com.auPosted by 9 News Far North Queensland on Friday, 27 October 2017
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Farmer Meets Foodie is about bridging the gap between the farm gate and the commercial kitchen, connecting commercial foodies to the grower.We have developed an easy and interactive way to find out who has what growing and who is looking to buy in your local area. Farmers, Harversters and Producers will be able to update what produce they have available when. Chefs, Restaurants, Cafes, Caterers, Green Grocers and Butchers will be able to register what they are looking to source, send call outs when they need something urgently and see what's available in their area. Our FMF platform is live and available for 28 days free trial. Be one of the first to join the Local Produce Revolution!