NH Food Alliance News

The NH Food Alliance blog highlights the fascinating and diverse happenings throughout the Granite State food system. Read on for information and inspiration!


An inspirational model of a viable local food business, Throwback Brewery in North Hampton, NH, is bringing a local food philosophy to the world of beer. They source ingredients from within 200 miles for their craft beers and seasonal pub menu. Beyond their great food and beer, Throwback has also made strides in the way of enterprise viability through their market development plans and resource use. Recently, we caught up with Nicole Carrier, co-founder of Throwback, to discuss the brewery, pub, and their new venture in farming.

Seeds of Community is a program based in Peterborough, NH focused on community development and farmer training. Andrea Cadwell is the catalyst of this endeavor, connecting community resources and creating partnerships to design a collaborative and impactful program. NH Food Alliance fellow, Jessica Newnan, recently sat down to talk to Andrea about her work in the food system.

The New Hampshire Food Alliance is excited to announce the Farm, Fish, and Food Enterprise Viability Initiative.  This initiative entails several areas of opportunity where the network can create conditions that will lead to more profitable and sustainable farm, fish, and food enterprises including Education, Land Resources and Access, Market Development, and Food Accessibility.

The New Hampshire Food Alliance is excited to announce the Farm, Fish, and Food Enterprise Viability Initiative.  This initiative entails several areas of opportunity where the network can create conditions that will lead to more profitable and sustainable farm, fish, and food enterprises including Education, Land and Sea Resources, Market Development, and Food Accessibility.

The New Hampshire Food Alliance is excited to announce the Farm, Fish, and Food Enterprise Viability Initiative.  This initiative entails several areas of opportunity where the network can create conditions that will lead to more profitable and sustainable farm, fish, and food enterprises including Education, Land Resources and Access, Market Development, and Food Accessibility.

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