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    Connecticut Food Association, Manufacturers to Launch Specialty Foods Web Site

    FARMINGTON, Conn. -- The Connecticut Food Association (CFA) and West Hartford-based Wittman Specialty Foods have teamed up to launch the Connecticut Food Trail, described as "the gateway to New England's finest specialty foods," at www.ctfoodtrail.com. The site is scheduled to go live in January.

    FARMINGTON, Conn. -- The Connecticut Food Association (CFA) and West Hartford-based Wittman Specialty Foods have teamed up to launch the Connecticut Food Trail, described as "the gateway to New England's finest specialty foods," at www.ctfoodtrail.com. The site is scheduled to go live in January.

    The site will feature a virtual map showing the specialty foods available in the state.

    Brian and Jennie Wittman of Wittman Specialty Foods, which recently introduced Nip 'N Tang fruited horseradish, came up with the idea of offering a venue for manufacturers and retailers to promote Connecticut specialty foods, and approached the CFA to help develop the concept.

    "I love this program," said association president Grace Nome in a statement. "All of CFA's members and visitors to ctfoodtrail.com will benefit from the site's contents. This will put our membership base of fine specialty food makers 'on the map.'"

    Manufacturers, retailers, and restaurateurs who wish to participate in the Connecticut Food Trail should contact [email protected].

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