Trott Financial Center to host third annual Local Food Fair, Oct. 21

Trott & Trott PC together with NDeX, a leading provider of technology and processing support for default servicing law firms nationwide, announced that they have joined with REDICO Management Inc., a Southfield-based real estate development and investment company, to host the third annual Local Food Fair on Friday, Oct. 21, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Trott Financial Center in Farmington Hills. Kendra Komp, Trott & Trott title specialist and member of the environment committee, made the announcement.

During the event, local vendors will educate attendees on the importance and benefits of buying local, as well as offer employees an opportunity to sample and purchase sustainable Michigan products. Additionally, individuals will be provided with recyclable shopping bags decorated by the children at Bright Horizons, a community childcare facility with a location in the Trott Financial Center.

"The Local Food Fair is by far our most popular event," said Komp. "Attendees look forward to trying new things and learning about all the great food that Michigan has to offer. The event has the added benefit of bringing together small businesses in an alternative venue where they enjoy networking with one another, while reaching out to a new customer base."

This year's returning vendors include Al Dente Pasta, Breadsmith, DeYoungs Fore Seasons, Green Toe Gardens and Sansonetti Sauces. New vendors participating in this year's event include Dave's Sweet Tooth, For the Love of June, Great Lakes Potato Chips Co., Iceni Tea, La Spezia Flavor Market, Peteet's Famous Cheese Cakes, Olive This World, Treat Dreams, and Water Street Coffee.

Published: Wed, Oct 19, 2011

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