The centre offers an impressive range of options, from hot water bath canning to flash freezing as well as training to support new ventures.
Despite member-controlled and community-centric businesses gaining much appeal and generating billions in revenue, laws that govern co-ops in Ontario are strikingly outdated and restrictive.
The difference between a regional food hub and a conventional distributor is the attention to triple bottom line accounting
CFC Canada is pleased to call on Ontario-based organizations to submit an Expression of Interest to develop a Community Food Centre in 2015.
Read all about LOFC's latest undertaking - Canada's first regional food hub project!
Congratulations to the True North Community Co-op on their Premier's Award for Agrifood Innovation Excellence!
In anticipation of our upcoming expansion, The Root Cellar Organic Cafe is hiring an executive chef to develop and execute menus, train and supervise kitchen staff, and oversee all kitchen administration.
In a lifetime of farming, Dwight Foster has never seen anything grow like the value of his land over the past five years. The price of a plot in and around North Gower, Ont., south of Ottawa, where he has 6,000 acres, has more than tripled since the height of the Great Recession.