Annual Farm Tour

As Fresh as it Gets

Please join us for our August 26th Farm Tour!

The Farm Tour is a familiarization tour for restaurant, hotel, and catering staff managers who make the buying decisions for their establishments and are interested in creating new buying relationships.

Learn first-hand about local produce, honey, wine, and beer, and get the chance to talk one-on-one with local farmers.

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Monday, August 26, 2019

From 10:30 am - 5:00 pm
(See below for Tentative Itinerary)


Bayside Attendees

San Mateo County Event Center
(West Parking Lot)
2495 S Delaware Street
San Mateo, CA 94403 (map)

Coastside Attendees

Ouroboros Farms
Half Moon Bay, CA 94019 (map)




10:30 am - Bus pick up at San Mateo County Event Center West Parking Lot (2495 S Delaware St., San Mateo, CA 94403)

11:00 am - Bus pick up for Coastside attendees at Ouroboros Farms Half Moon Bay (on Highway 92)

11:20 am - Cabrillo Farms Tour with David Lea

12:20 pm - Lunch and tastings hosted by SMCCVB at La Nebbia Winery

2:00 pm – 4:20 pm - Tours of Rocket Farms, Half Moon Honey and Ouroboros Farms

5:00 pm – Bus drop off back at the San Mateo County Events Center

*Subject to change. Stay tuned for more details.

Check out our 2018 events photos here!

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Please contact Nova Maldonado at or call 650.348.7600.



In an effort to recognize local restaurants, hotels, caterers, and other businesses that purchase and/or serve products from local San Mateo County farmers, fishermen, vintners, and brewers, the San Mateo County/Silicon Valley Convention & Visitors Bureau, San Mateo County Farm Bureau, and the San Mateo County Harbor District joined forces in 2006 to create the San Mateo County: As Fresh As It Gets Awards. The program is now underwritten by the County of San Mateo.

Businesses that go out of their way to use fresh, local products are each awarded a special San Mateo County: As Fresh As It Gets plaque for display, to let customers know they serve the freshest local fare. Qualifying establishments are not only encouraged to designate specific menu items as San Mateo County Fresh but also to mention the award on their menus. Each winning establishment’s chef will earn the title of San Mateo County Fresh Chef. There are three different award levels available, Traditional, Gold, and Platinum, depending on the number, type, and promotion of their San Mateo County Fresh items.

The program’s goals are to get the word out about San Mateo County’s delicious and nutritious fresh products and where to get them, to promote San Mateo County as a world-class destination for culinary tourism, and to support the San Mateo County farmers, fishermen, vintners, and brewers who make it all possible.