Find Local Food

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One of the best things we can do for our environment and our economy is to buy local!

The more food we source locally, the less it has to travel which reduces greenhouse gas emissions and your carbon footprint.  Food purchased and produced in New Brunswick also helps to stimulate our local economy and contribute to better food security.  We believe that once you begin buying locally, tasting the food’s freshness and meeting the people behind the food, buying locally will soon become a way of life…- Buy Local NB

Where can I find local food? There are numerous ways to access local NB foods, including:

  • Agri-Tourism
  • Community Supported Agriculture
  • Community programs (community gardens, kitchens, etc…)
  • Farms
  • Farm Stands
  • Farm Tours
  • Farmers Markets
  • Restaurants and Cafeterias
  • Retailers (Grocery, Butcher, Bakery)

Check out our “Programs” menu for more information on community gardens, community kitchen, etc…


 Websites to help you buy local

Check out the websites below to help connect you to local food. Whether you’re looking for a secific farmer, farmers’ market, restaurant, or retailer- these websites are a great place to start your search.

  • ACORN Database (Directory - Organic Food Producers, CSAs, Farms- New Brunswick)
  • Buy Local NB (Directory- All of New Brunswick)
  • Dave’s Produce Packs (Distributor-Southeast NB)
  • Farmers’ Markets in New Brunswick (Directory- All of New Brunswick)
  • Food Tender
  • Real Food Connections  (Distributor-Fredericton and Moncton Area)
  • Really Local Harvest (Cooperative- Moncton and SE New Brunswick Area)
  • Strawberry Hill Farm (Producer, CSA- Available at select locations in the Fredericton, Woodstock, Nackawic, Moncton, Hartland, and Florenceville areas)

Do you know of another helpful local food directory or distributor?

Contact us at coordinator@nbfsan-rasanb.ca