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Norfolk’s Cider Keg to feed G20 leaders


June 16, 2010
By Fruit & Vegetable

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June 16, 2010, Vittoria,
Ont – The Cider Keg, a food supplier based in Norfolk County, will be among the
featured Canadian culinary offerings at the Toronto G20 Summit in
late June.

June 16, 2010, Vittoria,
Ont – The Cider Keg, a food supplier based in Norfolk County, will be among the
featured Canadian culinary offerings at the Toronto G20 Summit in
late June.

Leaders at the Toronto
G20 Summit
will be enjoying The Cider Keg’s sparkling apple strawberry rhubarb
cider. The G20 is a gathering of leaders from the world's most advanced and
emerging economies.

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The Cider Keg is very
excited to be featured at the G20 Summit and to bring our … sparkling cider to
the international community,” said Cheryl Peck, manager of the operation.

Uncle Tom’s Farm Inc.
and The Cider Keg is a fourth-generation family-owned farm business. On the
family farm, apples are cultivated, grown and, at harvest, travel from the
orchard to the cider mill where a blend of apples is combined to make cider.

“With our inclusion in
the G20 Summit, The Cider Keg is bringing the best of Norfolk County to the
world stage,” said Norfolk mayor Dennis Travale. “Norfolk County is very proud
of the many innovative farmers and food suppliers that are located in our
community.”