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Traveling a Food Trail

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If you’re into the great outdoors and love to eat local food, here’s how you can combine the two by traveling on a food trail.

A food trail is a mapped out walk, bike ride or drive that takes you from farm to farm to taste cheeses, jams, wines and other local specialties.

At VTCheese.com, you’ll find information on the Vermont Cheese Trail, along with a map to 37 cheese makers throughout the state that produce more than 150 varieties.

California’s Fresno County has a Fruit Trail that allows you to drive between farms, markets and produce stands to taste local fruits and nuts along the way.

Or, you can visit SonomaCounty.com for Sonoma’s Farm Trail, which includes over 100 organic and family-owned farms.

Fruits, vegetables and wines are just a few of the many items you’ll see on the downloadable map–or preferably, in person.

Looking for more foodie fun? Visit our Culinary Travel section.

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