The inaugural Edible Business Conference, presented by the innovative Food Lab at Stony Brook Southampton, will bring food entrepreneurs, producers and tech/media representatives together at the Southampton campus June 5 through June 7. The conference includes a Friday evening cocktail and oyster party, Saturday discussions and tastings, a chef’s dinner Saturday night prepared by East End chefs at South Fork Kitchens’ Amagansett Food Institute incubator, and a networking breakfast Sunday morning.
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This event is for people at links of the food chain, from farmers to foodtech startups, investors to concerned eaters, food policy makers to agribusiness executives.
Tickets are $259, with a limited number of discounted tickets for farmers, students and senior citizens. Dinner-only tickets are available for $75. For information, email Kathleen.Russo@stonybrook.edu.
East Hampton-based producer and director Geoffrey Drummond is the executive director of Food Lab, a center for food education, media and enterprise. The Lab’s mission is to coordinate with its partners — Kathleen Masters, director of the Amagansett Food Institute, and Brian Halweil, publisher of Edible East End — on entrepreneurial and educational activities.