Aggregation Archives - Australian Food Hubs Network

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Northwest Agricultural Business Centre and Farm Network

The NABC (previously the Puget Sound Food Network) stand out as a unique regional model that works across sectors to bring ‘the farm to market’.Their head office is located slap bang in the middle of the beautiful Skagit Valley food bowl in Washington, and their mission is to provide farmers across the region with ‘the skills […]

Photos of the volunteer packing magic in action from a recent trip by an AFHN member who visited the Oklahoma Co-op.

Oklahoma Food Coop

We’ve finally found one thing that fundamentalist Baptists can come together with Pagans to agree about,” says Bob Waldrop, founder and president of the Oklahoma Food Cooperative, “and that’s local food. This coming together was a miracle.’   The Oklahoma food Coop operates on a simple and inexpensive model that links regional producers directly with […]

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Mad River Food Hub

  The Mad River Food Hub offers a ‘smorgasbord’ of services to local farmers and food businesses including: processing facilities, storage space, distribution into regional cities and towns, and marketing and financial advice. It is the only government- inspected processing, storage and distribution facility for both meat and produce in the region and as of […]

Casey Food Hub

The City of Casey, in Melbourne’s South-East, is striving to address the needs of a rapidly expanding urban population while offering new opportunities for highly productive farms and farmers close-by. The City of Casey is 35 km south-east of the Melbourne CBD and contains some of Australia’s ‘most fertile and valuable agriculture areas’ (City of […]

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Gorge Grown Food Network

Building an economically and environmentally sound regional food system that engages, educates, and improves the health and well-being of our community. Gorge Grown is citizen-driven with a regional focus, serving Gorge counties in Oregon and Washington: Hood River, Wasco, Sherman, Klickitat, and Skamania Counties. They welcome all farmers, food producers and consumers in the region […]

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Bay Cities Produce Company

Family owned produce distributor and processor supporting local producers. Bay Cities Produce has developed a local produce program that helps customers with their quest to purchase local products. Bay Cities exclusively services restaurants and institutions (clubs, hospitals, ships, etc.). Their processing facilities support a full line of fresh, frozen, and prepared fruits and vegetables, enabling them to take seasonal […]

Local Food Hub

A non-profit working to connect families, farms and food grown close to home Goal: to increase the public’s access to locally-grown food and so enhance the viability of local farmers and growers. The Local Food Hub is a nonprofit organization working to strengthen and secure the future of a healthy regional food supply by providing […]

The STOP Community Food Center

Increasing access to healthy food in a manner that maintains dignity, builds health and community and challenges inequality The Stop holds a key focus of social justice, and strengthening community through capacity building and training. As a Social Enterprise they aim to increase community access to healthy food with an eye on the future, they […]

Intervale Food Hub

Creating a link between local farmers and the local marketplace The Intervale Food Hub markets and distributes local vegetables, fruits, meats, eggs, cheeses and specialty products. Their goal is to provide the greater Burlington community with convenient access to high quality foods while returning a fair price to farmers. The Food Hub serves individuals and businesses […]