Definition: A term coined by Ken McCarthy in 1999 to encourage restaurants, food retailers, and event producers to source their food locally to support small farmers and develop stronger communities.

Since then "local table" has become a popular name for restaurants, retailers and events all over the country that feature locally grown food.

A short list:

The Local Table and Tap
Kauneonga Lake, NY

Local Table
Los Angeles, CA

The Local Table,
Newbury Park, CA

The Local Table
Brooklyn, NY

The Local Table
Tulsa, OK

Local Table
Willow Street, PA

Local Table
Katy, TX

Local Table Tours
Boulder/Denver, CO

A Local Table
Park City, UT

The Local Table
Myrtle Beach, SC

Local Table Market Fresh Cafe
Conshohocken, PA

Local Table
Lawrence, KS

The market for locally grown food in the United States was estimated by the USDA to be $12,000,000,000 (12 billion dollars) in 2014.

Local Table is an ideal brand name and Internet domain for any group that wants to play a major roll in this big and growing market.

We'd be willing to discuss the possible sale of this brand name and domain name with principals. No brokers or middlemen.

Minimum bid for the brand name which we originated and domain name that accompanies it it one thousandth of one percent (.001% ) of one years sales of the entire industry using the 2014 USDA estimate as the benchmark.

- Ken

Amacord, Inc.
14 North Road
Tivoli, NY 12583