We have a plan in place to create a viable, self-sustaining, local food economy.
We are the ‘to’ in Farm to Table. We have the plan and the team to turn the ‘to’ into a movement. A movement that can be duplicated throughout southern Ontario, Canada and North America. Consumer demand supports authentic, family farming, producing ‘nutrient-dense’, real food, feeding consumer demand. Learn more
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Farmer Paul’s Blog
In my mind, the short answer is yes! Let me explain. Everywhere we look today we see the word sustainability, at the grocery store, farm groups are using it, businesses talk about it with their employee’s, transports have it written on the side of them in trucks...read more
A few weeks ago I had the great privilege of working with Dawn Woodward and Ed Rek of Evelyn’s Crackers in Toronto through a Slow Food Toronto event. We made wood fired pizza using locally grown and sourced topping. In my opinion, one of the most underdeveloped ideas...read more
Recently I had the opportunity to attend the 2016 edition of the Institute of Food Technologists Annual Meeting and Food Expo in Chicago, Illinois. Where food leaders and innovators gather to learn, collaborate and see what the next big thing in food is. Lessons from...read more
Winner 2014 Ontario Culinary Tourism Event of the Year
The winner of the Ontario Culinary Tourism Event of the Year award is The CK Table. Each year in the early Autumn in Chatham-Kent, local farmers come together with chefs and food lovers to put on The CK Table. Held on a different farm each year, the event showcases the rich produce of the area and the pride of place held by its chefs, artisans and farmers. Diners get the chance to mingle with the people who grew their food while indulging in VQA wines and craft beers. They’re sent home with a greater understanding of where their food comes from and what it means to be part of the growing food culture in Ontario. Learn More