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What's up: Restaurant discount program promotes local food

12:33 AM, Jun. 8, 2014
Blue Heron BrewPub executive chef Ted O'Neill grills a chicken burger Monday in the kitchen. The chicken came from a farm in Waupaca, and the bun came from Marshfield's Jj's Bakery.
Blue Heron BrewPub executive chef Ted O'Neill grills a chicken burger Monday in the kitchen. The chicken came from a farm in Waupaca, and the bun came from Marshfield's Jj's Bakery.
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A restaurant discount program is making local food more visible and more affordable.

Six Marshfield restaurants are participating in the Farm to Table Discount Program, which offers 10 percent off menu items made with locally produced ingredients. The program runs June 1 through August 31 and will benefit restaurants, food producers and customers, said Meranda Block, a nurse at the Marshfield Clinic Center for Community Outreach, which was instrumental in developing the discount program.

"This is important to us because we're really about providing healthier options for ...

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