Who’s Servin’ Local Guide – coming soon!

At Eat Local Caledon, we are putting together a new guide of who is “serving local” in the Caledon area.

May 10, 2011 | | Blogs | Eat Local Caledon | Food

At Eat Local Caledon, we are in the process of pulling together a new guide, which will serve as a resource for consumers, letting them know who is “serving local” in the Caledon area.  The guide will aim to recognize, not only the restaurants, but also the shops, farm market stores, cafés, caterers, personal chefs, etc. who strive to include local foods on their shelves and menu boards.

To be included in the guide, businesses are required meet the following criteria over the time period of June 1st to December 1st, 2011:

  • Restaurants/cafés/caterers are always required to have available food options that are sourced from within 50km.
  • Shops/farm markets are always required to have available a minimum of five food items that are sourced from within 50km.

IF YOU KNOW OF A BUSINESS THAT SHOULD BE INCLUDED IN THIS GUIDE, PLEASE LET US KNOW via email to [email protected]

Next Eat Local Dinner Series – Thursday, May 26th

The next Eat Local Dinner Series event will be held on Thursday, May 26th at Ray’s Bakery in Alton. Chef Jason Perkins will be preparing a delicious, all-local three-course meal using ingredients from the surrounding area. Both meat ($35 per person) and vegetarian ($30 per person) options will be available. Reservations can be made for any time between 5 & 9 pm, and should be made directly with the restaurant at 519-941-6121. Hope to see you there!

For more information about these and other  local food events, visit eatlocalcaledon.org.

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