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Can we help connect your farm, restaurant or grocery?

Are you looking to find sustainable meat producers and sellers? Do you already sell sustainable food choices?

Contact us, or browse the resources below to make connections and find the right producers.

Help consumers find you!

Use these directories and organizations to get the word out that your restaurant or store offers sustainable options!

For more information, visit AFC! partners for more information about the collaborative efforts that support sustainable food and farming!


Chef's Collaborative: Meat of the Matter [ www.chefscollaborative.org ]
Meat of the Matter is an initiative that looks at modern meat production and sustainable alternatives (and their quirks) so culinary professionals can begin to incorporate these products into their menus. The program provides not only product information, but also education about new butchering skills and a variety of new and creative recipes and techniques to help chefs use underutilized cuts of meat.

Eat Well Guide [ www.eatwellguide.org ]
The Eat Well Guide is a free, online directory of sustainably raised meat, poultry, and dairy from farms, stores, and online outlets in the US and Canada. Simply enter your zip code to find products that were raised sustainably, including antibiotic and hormone free, pasture raised, and organic.

Farm Locator [ www.newfarm.org ]
New Farm's Farm Locator helps consumers, brokers, resturanteurs and other farmers find the farm services they're looking for. Search by region or product to find farmers who can supply your restaurant with farm-fresh produce and meat, or retail store.

Husbandry Institute [ www.husbandryinstitute.org ]
Husbandry Institute works to educate and provide tools for action to consumers and restaurants, non-profits, businesses and other institutions to increase support for sustainable animal agriculture.

Local Harvest [ www.localharvest.org ]
Thousands of consumers visit this wesbite regularly to find farmers' markets, family farms, and other sources of sustainably grown food in their area, or order online! Make sure to list your grass-fed meats, and other dairy products. If you are a farmer, market manager, or run a business related to locally-grown food, you can add your listing to the Local Harvest directory for free.