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Blake Lanford, a local Clemson Extension Service agent, thought it would be a great idea to have a forum where farmers could post their current crops so chefs and the public could see what fresh local foods are available.
That idea led to the creation of Myrtle Beach CAFE, a new Chef and Farmer Exchange at MyrtleBeachRestaurantNews.com where Horry County farmers who are also Certified South Carolina food producers can easily let the community know what foods are currently in season.
Thirty-two farmers are included, and as they become familiar with using the system, diners who seek fresh local produce will benefit. More details are at Myrtle Beach Restaurant News.