Pennsylvania launched four new culinary trails to take visitors through local farms, artisans and restaurants across the state. The trails focus on different areas of food and agriculture important to Pennsylvania. They are separated by region and intended to take tourists through a three-day road trip filled with bakeries, wineries, restaurants and other immersive experiences.
Since 2018, the Department of Community and Economic Development, in conjunction with Chatham University’s Center for Regional Agriculture, Food and Transformation, have researched the culture and history of Pennsylvania to tell its story through food. In developing these trails, DCED and CRAFT have created four new trails to add to the already existing Scooped: An Ice Cream Trail and Tapped: A Maple Trail.