Mackensy Lunsford

Asheville Citizen Times

ASHEVILLE – The Good Food Media Network has released its fifth annual list of the Good Food 100, which honors restaurants for not just how good their food tastes, but how good it is for every link of the food chain, from farm to fork.

The network also released its newly launched Good Food Confidence Index results, which benchmark attitudes and outlooks for the restaurant industry.

First, the list.

This year, it included a whopping 124 restaurant groups representing every region of the United States including Asheville, where Posana and The Market Place were honored.

The list is based on participating restaurants’ self-reported annual food purchasing data. Being included is considered a badge of honor denoting quality as well as a dedication to supporting every link of the food chain, including the environment, farmers, workers and eaters.

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