How to Find Locally Sourced Foods…

Have you ever had a problem locating foods that are sourced in your local area?

local foodsWould you like to be able to find the best local foods in order to provide your family, your restaurant, your farm stand, etc. with these excellent offerings?

We recently came across an article in the Well Being Journal that we would like to share with you.

Agrilicious is a new venture with a goal to be a national go-to resource for local, nutritious food. The website helps readers find, select, and celebrate the benefits of locally sourced food.

Agrilicious supports the family-farmer connection, bringing together restaurants, grocery delivery services, meal kit producers, distributors, educators, and food industry experts and advocates to share ideas, connect, and make a difference.

Agrilicious is for those who are becoming curious and concerned about the food we eat, where it’s from, and what is actually in it.

Agrilicious provides over 100,000 listings and enhanced profiles of local food sellers; search tools allowing individuals, agripreneurs, and business-to-business (B2B) food suppliers to connect online and offline; food, farming, and agriculture news, independent reviews and analysis, columns, educational materials, and a blog, and featured farms and businesses; informative videos from industry experts; food-related documentaries; and exclusive programming including, “In Search of Food”, an online series featuring Joel Salatin, Ann Cooper, Alice Waters, Scott Pampuch, and Barton Seaver. Based in Seattle, WA, Agricilious SPC is a social purpose corporation.

Agrilicious is a new organization at the heart of the food movement, providing a novel way to participate in the local food experience. Learn more about Agrilicious here.

Do you have other resources for finding locally sourced foods?

Tell us about them in the comments below! We enjoy hearing from you!

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