Cloverbelt Local Food Co-op

Cloverbelt Local Food Co-op is an online farmers' market based in Dryden, Ontario.  An award-winning organization, CLFC's producers list the products they have available to purchase, and their members log in every week to choose from what’s in stock – filling their basket with whatever they want.  CLFC's order cycle opens at 2pm every Saturday, and members have until 10am on Monday to make their selections.  Your basket stays open – and you’re free to make changes – until 10am Monday.  At that time, whatever you have left in your basket is your order.

Check out the links and video below for more info about how to become a member and how to shop.

How to Become a Member

How to Shop

Also, CLFC was mentioned in the Northern Ontario Agri-food Strategy as an example of using online technology to have local food reach a wide range of northern communities.

Together We’re Bitter Brewing

Together We're Bitter Brewing is a craft microbrewery located in Kitchener. They sell beer but that's not all they do - they also also try to be a place for community groups to gather, and artists and musicians to showcase their craft. This co-op is built on and for the people. They truly believe that through bringing more people into the group, it builds more value as each person brings something to the table. 

Sumac Workers Co-op and Planet Bean

SUMAC is a worker co-operative located in Guelph, Ontario, Canada. SUMAC worker co-operative was founded in 2005 and currently has 7 active members.The co-operative owns and operates two divisions, Planet Bean Coffee and Wear Fair ~ Fair Trade Clothing. Through Planet Bean Coffee, SUMAC provides meaningful employment for over 20 people in southern Ontario.  SUMAC is dedicated to providing products from Fair Trade and Organic organisations throughout the world.

Green Campus Co-operative, York University

Green Campus Co-operative strives to bring sustainable, fair trade, organic goods and services to our campus. We offer a range of learning opportunities for students from curriculum to hands-on-entrepreneurship experience to events and activities. We collaborate with stakeholders which include students, faculty, staff, community organizations, and local businesses to achieve our vision of a sustainable campus.

Organic Meadow

As a Co-operative, Organic Meadow provides a unique opportunity for organic farmers to collectively store, process and market organically-grown products including organic milk, organic dairy products, organic eggs and organic grains.  Our goal is to unite small family farms under one brand, letting them share in the benefits of our marketing efforts.  Organic Meadow is committed to ensuring fair, consistent financial returns to its farmers while maintaining quality at every stage, from soil to table.

Village Co-op

This emerging worker-farmer-community local food co-operative is based in Portsmouth Village, Kingston, Ontario. The Village Co-op's vision is to offer a range of value-added local organic products while engaging and educating our community on seasonal eating, sustainable farming, fair trade, food justice and feeding ourselves as a region.