Thank you to all the farmers, businesses and organizations who helped make the 2018 Good Food EXPO another successful event!

The heart of our event – the Exhibit floor!  The Good Food EXPO has gained national prominence as the annual gathering of industry leaders who are passionate about the benefits of a local, sustainable food system.   Overflowing with exciting Good Food businesses, non-profit organizations, farmers, and more, this is the place to connect with trade buyers and sell to consumers.

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Stay tuned for 2019 information…exhibitor information will be posted later this summer.

Good Food Industry Showcase

Exhibit | Network | Sell

Friday, March 23 | 10am-5pm

The Good Food Industry Showcase brings producers and other stakeholders together with trade buyers for a day of exhibiting, educational programming and networking opportunities.

  • Opening Symposium with national and regional Good Food leaders.
  • Industry Showcase exhibit floor open from 10:00am to 5:00pm.
  • On-Farm Food Safety Training Presented by Atina Diffley
  • Farmers, distributors, and artisan food producers promote and sell their products to the industry representatives.
  • Lunch will be for sale from vendors on the trade floor in the Good Food Court.
  • Enjoy FamilyFarmed’s Good Food Industry Networking Reception from 5:00 to 7:00pm.

Good Food Marketplace

Exhibit | Network | Sell

Saturday, March 24 | 10am-5pm

The Good Food Marketplace connects your company to a passionate group of values driven consumers!

  • Cooking demonstrations pair local farmers with some of America’s finest chefs, as well as workshops and more than 150 exhibitors of local and artisanal food products and related information.
  • Marketplace exhibit floor open from 10:00am to 5:00pm.
  • Good Food for Thought Speakers mapping the course of this exciting revolution.
  • Good Food Commons Featuring a variety of local experts who will demonstrate ways to live more sustainably and use limited space and resources to grow food.
  • Lunch will be for sale from Chicago’s finest Local Food restaurants at the Good Food Court.