EAT LOCAL SUDBURY'S
From meat and dairy, to Ontario-grown peanuts and organic flour-
Eat Local Sudbury is your one-stop grocer!
These are just some of our many dedicated producers that ensure that fresh and local products get to you.
Max and Joanne Burt provide delicious and local beef and pork for Eat Local. Their products contain no hormones or antibiotics.
They are located on Manitoulin Island.
Contact Information: (705) 282-0328
Tom Walker and Mary Graydon have been raising Buffalo (bison) in order to provide a different, healthier meat option.
They are located in Noelville, Ontario.
Contact information: (705) 898-1248
Golden Beef is a co-operative producing 100% grass-fed beef to Eat Local Sudbury. Their products contain no hormones and no antibiotics.
They are located in the Temiskaming region
At Pasture Hill Farms you will get pasture-fed lamb of the best quality.
They are located in New Liskeard, Ontario.
Contact Information: (705) 647-7160
Chantal and Dave Lewington of Dalew Farms provide ELS with 100% grass-fed pork that contains no horomones or antibiotics.
They are located in Lavigne, Ontario.
Contact Information: (705) 594-1823
Purvis Fisheries is a family owned business dedicated to the sustainable harvest practices of perch, whitefish, trout and pickerel in the clean, cool waters of Lake Huron.
They are located in Silver Water, Ontario
Contact Information: (705) 283-3131
Boreal Berry Farm
A new ELS Producer, Boreal Berry Farm is interested in heritage varieties of fruits and vegetables. What makes them most unique, however, is the fact that they are the first winery in the North AND the only haskcap orchard in Ontario.
They are located in Warren, Ontario.
Contact information: (705) 920-7096
Rowantree Farms, run by Allison Muckle, follows ecological growing practices and provides Eat Local Sudbury with fresh vegetables and duck eggs.
All vegetables are grown from un-treated or certified organic seeds and are free from pesticides and chemical fertilizers. All poultry are fed a certified GMO-free grain diet free from antibiotics and free-range on pasture during the summer months.
Noel Shank really is as busy as the bees he works with. He not only provides delicious honey (liquid, creamed and raw) to Eat Local Sudbury, he is also an active vegetable producer.
Buzzy Bee Farm's is located in Hanmer, Ontario.
Contact Information: (705) 897-55565
Dan and Tracy Seguin of Creekbend Farms and Seguin Sugar Bush produce some of the best honey and maple syrup you will ever taste! They offer creamed, liquid and raw honey, as well as maple syrup in light, amber and medium grades!
They are located in Lavigne, Ontario.
Contact Information: (705) 594-1087
Paul aul Salanki & Heather Thoma of LoonSong Gardens operate an organic/biodynamic farm which provides Eat Local Sudbury with flours, such as wheat, rye and spelt, as well as dried beans, including their famous Turtle Beans!
All their products are grown using organic methods, using no chemical pesticides and no chemical fertilizers, as well as no genetically modified crops.
They are located in Little Current, Ontario
Contact Information: (705) 368-0460
Stewart and Stephen McCall are the brothers behind McGrow Farms. They specialize in delicious heritage fruits and vegetables. All their produce are organic and do not contain insecticides.
They also sell vegetable starts and flowers.
They are located in Garson, Ontario.
Contact Information: (705) 693-9985
Sudbury's own Perogy Princess, stocks our shelves at ELS with delicious perogies in a variety of flavours, gnocci, jams, as well as pickled preserves.
With a variety of all-natural, vegetarian beauty products including soaps, moisturizing bars, deodorant, and lip balm, Plain Jane has everything you need to stay fresh and clean!
Want to become a producer for Eat Local Sudbury? Simply fill in our Producer's Survey, and send it back to us.