A recipe for food-industry growth?

FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Daniele Inc. co-owner Davide Dukcevich gives a tour of the facility to Providence-Warwick Convention & Visitors Bureau Vice President of Marketing and Communication Kristen Adamo, left, and President Martha Sheridan. The bureau is looking to find ways to partner around the idea of enhancing the state’s “foodie” reputation. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Daniele Inc. co-owner Davide Dukcevich gives a tour of the facility to Providence-Warwick Convention & Visitors Bureau Vice President of Marketing and Communication Kristen Adamo, left, and President Martha Sheridan. The bureau is looking to find ways to partner around the idea of enhancing the state’s “foodie” reputation. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
A growing belief Rhode Island can become the “Silicon Valley of food” is fueling new collaborations and community discussions that have the potential to catalyze business growth, industry leaders say. Known for its award-winning chefs, restaurants and ethnic cuisine, particularly in Providence, which was recently named by Movoto Real Estate as America’s most exciting midsized…
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