Whitney Wang, 5, followed by mom Suzanne, explore the Fresno Food Expo held in July in downtown Fresno. In its fifth year, the expo is the largest regional food show of its kind. The event was created to give local food makers – many who operated on a small scale – the opportunity to expand their sales and grow their companies.
Whitney Wang, 5, followed by mom Suzanne, explore the Fresno Food Expo held in July in downtown Fresno. In its fifth year, the expo is the largest regional food show of its kind. The event was created to give local food makers – many who operated on a small scale – the opportunity to expand their sales and grow their companies. JOHN WALKER jwalker@fresnobee.com
Whitney Wang, 5, followed by mom Suzanne, explore the Fresno Food Expo held in July in downtown Fresno. In its fifth year, the expo is the largest regional food show of its kind. The event was created to give local food makers – many who operated on a small scale – the opportunity to expand their sales and grow their companies. JOHN WALKER jwalker@fresnobee.com

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