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SAN FRANCISCO – Tuesday’s agenda at America’s Credit Union Conference included an optional tour to one of the city’s most popular landmarks, the Ferry Building. The historic hub serves as a showcase for some of the Bay Area’s best artisans, and boasts a farmers market full of local, organic, produce along with carefully crafted preserves, pickles and pastries.

The group of 51 spouses and guests was hosted by epicurean concierges, who provided behind-the-scenes stories from the region’s world renowned, forward thinking food communities. The tour was split into four subgroups, each with its own guide.

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