Join us for our third and final meeting to discuss Eat Local Sudbury's purchasing policies. Have a say in your store!
Wednesday March 16, 5:00-6:30pm reThink Green, 176 Larch Street Conventionally Grown vs. Organic Food Should we always prioritize Organic over Conventionally grown food? How does that impact local vs. imported selections?
Cook Local Sudbury
Share your experiences of delicious local food THIS SATURDAY through pictures and videos using the hashtag #cooklocalsudbury. You can also join in the fun by cooking with local products at home and sharing your recipes.
Fifth Annual Seedling Swap and Sale Saturday May 28th 9:30-3:00 @ YMCA
Local gardeners and green thumbs can bring their seedlings to swap for an equal number of donated seedlings or you can choose to purchase donated seedlings for a suggested $1-$2. All proceeds go towards Eat Local Sudbury Co-operative.
Once upon a time, we fresh food connoisseurs were taught that the best way to purchase a melon was to first give it a good squeeze, making sure it wasn’t too hard and not too soft. Apples were best bought bruise-less, and peppers and tomatoes ought to be shining bright and blemish-free.
Well, times have changed. No longer is pristine produce the desire of the conscious consumer, but rather imperfect vegetables and fruit have become all the rage.
Are some of your cookbooks not getting any love? Kick start your spring cleaning by clearing those bookshelves!
Join us on Sunday March 20 10am-4pm to drop-off, donate, or take home any and all food-related books/magazines that you are ready to part with: from cookbooks to foodie memoirs, to cooking reference books and anything in between. See our event page!
Enjoy hot drinks and cheese samples from Fromagerie Kapuskoise.
Those who want to donate food books in advance can do so any time up to the event at the store.
2016 Community Supported Agriculture Shares
Our CSA shares are selling fast! Visit us in store to sign a CSA membership agreement and pre-pay for your share of local fruits and veggies.