A large crowd gathered at the Farm-to-Fork Festival in Sacramento on Saturday, boosting the welcome foot traffic and dollars of participating vendors. “It’s great that Sacramento can host this event, disseminate information about these local businesses and move our economy,” said Carmichael’s Bryce Abalos. The annual event is back after a long break due to a pandemic. “It feels great, not just because we can hire more people,” said Julio Ortiz, co-owner of the fruit and juice bar Gaspachos USA. “It really gives us life because we can come back and support you and feel the love of those who love your product.” “I want to see people who have been really hurt in the last 18 months. If so, it’s people, because no one goes to the festival and makes a living that way, “said Mike Testa, president of Visit Sacramento. His organization organizes the festival. According to Visit Sacramento, visitors spend about $ 3…

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