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News You Can Use: ROOT’s September Newsletter

It’s been a great summer, from farm-to-fork dinners, farmers markets and European culinary adventures, to clients getting the attention they deserve. We can’t wait to see what lies ahead in September.

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You’ve landed a great story in the publication of your dreams – this month’s blog tells you what to do next. Here’s a sneak peak of Tuesday’s blog on five effective ways to leverage your for media hits for maximum brand exposure.

Don’t Miss Events

Tickets are still available for Natural Products Expo East in Philly Sept 20-23! What a great way to meet like-minded folks and learn about trends happening in the natural products industry.

Women-led nonprofit Regenerative Rising is hosting its 8th annual Regenerative Earth Summit this November 8-9 in Denver. The event will gather key players across the food and fashion sectors as they explore conversations across climate change, social injustice, supply chains, and more.

(A Sampling of) Our Clients’ News

Owner and Manager of Burroughs Family Farms, Benina Burroughs Montes, talks about the environmental benefits of ROC certification in this Modern Farmer article

Local meal-kit company Spade & Spoon just launched Kids Boxes to help busy families make dinner and teach kids about healthy, locally-sourced food. Learn more in this 9News Denver segment.

Speaking of boxes, harvest season is upon us, and Mountain Roots Food Project is making a difference in the community, one “Harvest Box” at a time. This Colorado Expression article dives into Mountain Roots’ events, farm-to-school programs, and upcoming Thanksgiving meal boxes.

Eater Denver’s “Essential Restaurants in Boulder, Colorado,” article offers a glimpse of OAK at Fourteenth’s fall menu: Oak-roasted branzino with lentils, capers, and tomato butter; Cider teriyaki pork shoulder with crispy rice; Bourbon-based, Benedictine-laced Across the Atlantic cocktail, and more.

Learn how to “Fat-Wash” cocktails in this Bar & Restaurant article featuring OAK’s Beverage Director Collin Griffith and his SPIRITed expertise 😉

Looking to improve your gut health? Bubbies’ naturally fermented, probiotic-packed pickles are good for your immune system, digestion, bone health, and more. This Real Simple article explores a plethora of probiotics and gut-friendly foods!

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ROOT Out & About

Megan attended OAK at Fourteenth’s annual farm-to-fork Tomato Dinner last month, and what a summer treat it was! OAK chefs created five courses starring gorgeous, juicy, just-picked tomatoes from both Speedwell Farm and Gardens and Red Wagon Farm, prepared in unique, surprising, and incredibly tasty ways:

🍅Caramelized Fennel Ricotta Fagottoni

🍅Ratatouille with Fried Squash Blossom

🍅Tomato Ricotta Tart with Peach Ice Cream

Congrats to Denver-based Italian restaurant Tavernetta, who was just added to Michelin Guide’s Bib Gourmand list for 2023! Emily recently had the chance to dine there.

Kuvy collecting some summer produce from across the pond!

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