We have made the difficult decision to cancel this year’s 7th annual CHOMP! event scheduled to take place on Saturday, Aug. 21 at Marymoor Park. With Covid-19 cases increasing across the region due to the highly contagious delta variant, we believe the risk is too high for the event to continue and our highest priority is to protect the health of our community members, performers, vendors, partners, and staff.

Thank you to all who were planning to spend the day with us celebrating local food, farming, sustainable living, and music. We will miss seeing everyone on Saturday and encourage you and your family to still get outside and enjoy one of our many parks in a safe and responsible way.

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Check out the CHOMP! 2021 Lineup!

2021 CHOMP! Beneficiary

Each year CHOMP! partners with a local organization working to improve access to healthy, locally grown food in King County. We are very excited to announce our 2021 beneficiary: the Food Innovation Network

CHOMP! is proud to announce this year’s CHOMP! beneficiary: the Food Innovation Network (FIN)  A program of Global to Local, the Food Innovation Network enhances the local food system, increases access to healthy foods, and supports local food businesses in the diverse communities of SeaTac/Tukwila and South King County. 

CHOMP! is especially excited to be working closely with Spice Bridge, home to FIN’s Food Business Incubator program, which helps South King County women of color and immigrants start and grow thriving businesses.  Keep an eye out in the coming weeks to get a peek at a few of Spice Bridge’s businesses and the delicious food they are cooking, and make sure to join us for CHOMP! on August 21st at Marymoor Park where you can learn a bit more about Spice Bridge and taste the delicious food their chefs are cooking up for yourself!  We are excited to feature Jazze’s organic Afghan-American fusion cuisine, Theary Cambodian Foods, and Jalissa Culinary Co. 

Thanks to our 2021 Sponsors and Partners!

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