Good Clean Farm, a 1.2-acre vegetable farm located in Salmon River, Nova Scotia, found a new sales channel during the pandemic. When their local market closed due to COVID-19, they needed to find a.
COVID-19 has changed the way our markets operate. With greater restrictions and regulations in regards to the health and safety of customers and staff, you want to be able to offer contact-free pick.
COVID-19 has changed the way we do markets. As markets now continue to open, some customers may not be ready to shop freely. Instead, use online ordering to pre-sell products and use the market as a.
Bluegrass Beef Kentucky has seen record online sales since the start of COVID-19. Since March 2020, this grass-fed beef farm has seen sales increase more than $20,000 over last year!
Co-market managers Richard and Morag have been running the Owen Sound Farmers’ Market together since August 2019. They love bringing their community together at the market, and that’s why they knew.
The Bradford Farmers’ Market has been serving their community for over 13 years. Throughout those years their twenty vendors have become very popular with local customers, and for good reason. The.
Hermann and Louise Bruns, founders and owners at Wild Flight Farm in Mara, British Columbia, have been farming together for 27 years. They produce organic vegetables, culinary herbs, and have been.
Located in Norfolk County, Ontario, the Simcoe Farmers’ Market has been serving its community since 1980. This vibrant market offers a wide range of products and preferences, such as pesticide-free,.
Offering your products to customers online is a convenient—and crucial—way to get fresh, local food into the hands of your community during these difficult and uncertain times. Ensure your community.
Farmers are being hit hard with the increasing closure of farmers’ markets around North America. With the uncertainty of the timeline for the COVID-19 outbreak and its effects, market managers and.
Your business is a fundamental part of our food system, and the changes to standard business during the COVID-19 pandemic affect the way people in your community access fresh, locally-grown product..
Offering your market's local food to customers online is a convenient—and crucial—way to get local food into the hands of your community during these difficult and uncertain times. Ensure your.