Building The LMR Rutherford Estate Poultry House
There is no shortage of Napa Valley restaurants serving farm-to-table fare made with fresh local ingredients. Farm-to-table, or farm-to-fork, essentially covers the process of providing fresh food to the consumer. The process includes harvesting, storage, processing, packaging, sales, and consumption. This process is closely related to the local food movement, typically fostered by agriculture, food service, and restaurant communities. For a lot of restaurants, farm-to-table fare is preferred because fresh produce and ingredients are filled with nutrients, don’t have to be chemically preserved for transport, and taste great. All in all, the farm-to-table movement is a win-win-win experience from the farmer to the chef to the diner.