HALTON LOCAL FOOD MAP

Find a local farmers’ market, community garden, food bank or fresh food box  in Halton region by exploring the map below.  

Zoom in and out to adjust the map to your area, and active layers to reveal local food spots, food donation points and how to support local.

For more ways to find local fresh food in Ontario visit Greenbeltfresh.ca

WHY SUPPORT LOCAL?

Money you spend on locally produced food helps more local people. They in turn will spend more money locally and so your $’s will have a much greater impact on the local community and community services such as fresh food boxes and food banks.

SUPPORT LOCAL FARMERS

Buying from farm shops and farmers markets ensures you are supporting local food producers and less middle-men. Most farm shop produce comes from smaller farmers and producers who really do love food and care about what they do.You will help them stay in business and employ local people.

You Get the Best and Freshest Food

Pop some peas fresh from the pod or maybe some freshly picked sweetcorn, all harvested that very morning. From the moment its picked, the sugar in sweetcorn turns to starch and the older it is the more starchy it gets. Freshest really is best for flavour!

leeks and parsnips on wooden grey floor

REDUCE FOOD MILES

Research shows that buying locally sourced food from a farm shop you reduce the amount of carbon emissions associated with distribution by up to 99.8%

REDUCE PACKAGING

Unnecessary packaging accounts for a high proportion of waste. Buying from farm shops and farmers markets and you buy less paper, cardboard and plastic.

Reduce Waste

Supermarkets reject much food because it is the wrong shape, size or colour but it may be perfectly good food. Enjoy food how nature intended it by buying from a local farm or shop.

MEET NICE PEOPLE

It’s much more fun to buy your food from a familiar face who will go out of their way to help you, rather than handing your hard earned cash over to a different stranger each week.

TRY SOMETHING NEW

People in the local food industry love being creative and enjoy bringing you new flavours. You’ll be pleasantly surprised at the number of new tastes there are waiting to be discovered here on your doorstep. Just try rare breed meats or the different varieties of strawberries as the season progresses for tastes that you simply cant get at the supermarkets.

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