The tiers are:
Gold Tier: 5% Certified Organic (purchased in-state) + 20% local
Silver Tier: 3% Certified Organic (purchased in-state) + 20% local
Bronze Tier: 1% Certified Organic (purchased in-state) + 10% local
Partner Tier: 5% Local
Georgia Organics recently added partner restaurants in Macon and Athens. To date, 14 restaurants in Georgia have joined the program as Farmer Champion partners.
“We all tend to follow trends in this industry like, ‘Oh man, I really want to do what they’re doing’ or ‘they do this great,’” said Bruce Logue, owner and chef of BoccaLupo in Inman Park in a prepared statement. “These decals let me see that maybe I need to do a little more or realize that I want to be higher up on that list. We’re all kind of competitive, and this is an opportunity to put your money where your mouth is. If nothing else, this campaign makes you think and look at what you’re doing, and that’s a good thing.”
In addition to BoccaLupo, participating metro Atlanta restaurants include Farm Burger, Gunshow, JCT Kitchen & Bar, Kimball House, Miller Union, Murphy’s, No. 246, One Eared Stag, Root Baking Co. and Wrecking Bar Brewpub.
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