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Central Coast Grown

CCAN Mission

To support sustainable local agriculture to ensure a wholesome, diverse and nourishing supply of food and other agricultural products for residents of the Central Coast.

CCAN principal objectives are to:

1. Educate consumers about the nutritional, environmental, and economical benefits derived from purchasing locally grown and processed agricultural products.
2. Increase consumer awareness and understanding of the significance of the Central Coast Ag Network logo as a method to identify locally grown and processed agricultural products.
3. Raise community awareness of and commitment to healthy, local food.

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A tip from Sue!

Cut down on the splatters as you fry or saute

When you're frying meat or fish you can cut down on the splatters by either using a splatter guard or even easier, by simply using a cover for the frying pan. But adjust your heat down to compensate for the increased heat buildup.