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Food producers want to return to 2023 food fest

Food producers want to return to 2023 food fest

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By MyNewtown

More food producers and food-to-go options are needed at next year's Newtown Food Festival.

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That's according to a report that was discussed at a meeting of the town council's Economy and Environment Committee this week.

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