Greenbelt Grown Guides

Locally-Grown Multi-Language Food Guides

The Toronto Environmental Alliance (TEA) has made it easy for Torontonians looking for fresh cultural foods to find the closest retailers selling the products you're looking for. Produced in 2008, TEA's Locally-grown Food Guides identify the location of farmers, farmers’ markets, and food retailers selling world crops grown in the Greenbelt and surrounding area.

These resources were created with the help of many partners and supporters including FarmStartAccess AllianceCentre for Information and Community ServicesDoorsteps Neighbourhood ServicesRexdale Community Health CentreSouth Riverdale Community Health CentreThorncliffe Neighbourhood OfficeChinese Canadian National CouncilCouncil of Agencies Serving South AsiansToronto Public Health/Peer Nutrition Program and many others. 

 

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Locally-Grown
South Asian Food Guide 

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Locally-Grown
Middle Eastern Food Guide

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Locally-Grown
African Caribbean Food Guide

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Locally-Grown
Chinese Food Guide

 

 


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