New concessions this year will include chocolate chip cookies from PennAg Industries; sloppy joes, Philly cheesesteaks and kielbasa with sauerkraut from the Pennsylvania Livestock Association; and corn fritters from the Pennsylvania Vegetable Growers Association.
Returning food attractions include milkshakes from the Pennsylvania Dairymen's Association, potato doughnuts from the Pennsylvania Cooperative Potato Growers, and deep-fried mushrooms from the Mushroom Farmers of Pennsylvania.
About 2,000 volunteers staff the food court, which is expected to do about $2 million in sales.
The 102nd Farm Show will run January 6-13 at the Farm Show Complex in Harrisburg, although the food court will open after noon on January 5.
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