Local Heroes 2017

Edible Philly's 2017 Local Heroes Winners

By Katherine Rapin | Last Updated March 15, 2017
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Every year, Edible Communities magazines around the country ask you, our readers, to name Local Heroes in six categories. For 2017’s awards, Edible Philly partnered with the Philly Farm and Food Fest to select nominees—and then you voted. Your picks are celebrated on the following pages.

Local Heroes Beverage Artisan: Dock Street Brewery

Dock Street Brewery
For 2017 Local Heroes awards, Dock Street Brewery was chosen as the beverage artisan of the year.

Local Heroes Food Shop: Primal Supply Meats

primal supply meats
For 2017 Local Heroes awards, Primal Supply Meats was chosen as the food shop of the year.

Local Heroes Non-Profit: Pennsylvania Cheese Guild

cheese
For the 2017 Local Heroes awards, Pennsylvania Cheese Guild was chosen as the non-profit of the year.

Local Heroes Farm/Farmer: Teddy Moynihan of Plowshare Farms

Teddy Moynihan
For 2017 Local Heroes awards, Teddy Moynihan and Plowshare Farms were chosen as the farm/farmer of the year.

Local Heroes Chef/Restaurant: Andrew & Kristin Wood of Russet

Andrew and Kristin Wood
For 2017 Local Heroes awards, Andrew and Kristin Wood of Russet were chosen as the chef/restaurant of the year.

Local Heroes Food Artisan: Jen & Andy Satinsky Weckerly’s Ice Cream

cranberry compote in shortbread cookies
For 2017 Local Heroes awards, Jen & Andy Satinsky Weckerly’s Ice Cream was chosen as the food artisan of the year.

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