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1 Algonquin Tea Farm Written by Dominique Lozowy 3790
2 Bee Kind Written by Dominique Lozowy 3826
3 Herboristerie La Fee de Bois Written by Devorah Belinsky 3929
4 Tickle Island Farm Written by Dominique Lozowy 4029
5 Solar Woodcuts Written by Dominique Lozowy 3500
6 Stonebrook Farms Written by Dominique Lozowy 4618
7 Sharing the Secret Written by Dominique Lozowy 3434
8 Shrinking Footprints Written by Dominique Lozowy 3390
9 Pizza Farm Written by Dominique Lozowy 4210
10 Neat Coffee Shop Written by Dominique Lozowy 3549
11 Moonlight Crofters Farm Written by Dominique Lozowy 3672
12 Melnik Farms Written by Dominique Lozowy 3691
13 Maple Country Sugar Bush Written by Dominique Lozowy 4919
14 Sweet Sunshine Communitea Cafe Written by Dominique Lozowy 3494
15 Les Serres Paul Amyotte Written by Dominique Lozowy 3793
16 Tanglewood Honey Written by Dominique Lozowy 4762
17 Jo's Bread Written by Dominique Lozowy 3601
18 The Mix Company Written by Dominique Lozowy 4014
19 Valley Girl Naturals Written by Dominique Lozowy 3723
20 Hedgeview Farm Written by Dominique Lozowy 3670
21 Valley Market Samosas Written by Dominique Lozowy 3965
22 Flagler Bunny Farm Written by Dominique Lozowy 3697
23 Firefly Candle Company Written by Dominique Lozowy 3805
24 Rainbow Heritage Garden Written by Dominique Lozowy 3936
25 Equator Coffee Roaster Written by Dominique Lozowy 3803
26 Coronation Hall Cider Mills Written by Dominique Lozowy 3760
27 El Camino Farm Written by Dominique Lozowy 4040
28 Dobson's Grassfed Beef Written by Dominique Lozowy 3752
29 Crowing Hen Farm Written by Dominique Lozowy 5569
30 Beth Church-Miller Written by Dominique Lozowy 3469
31 Morninglory Farm Written by Dominique Lozowy 8230

Testimonial

Buying through the Ottawa Valley Food Co-op (OVFC) is important to me. By making a monthly pick up, I not only save on gas driving around the county picking up food, I know where it comes from. Having a relationship with producers, close by, means that if I have a concern about a product I know where to go for answers. Local producers live in the community and pay taxes here. They are invested and that feels right. I also have a better chance at obtaining food and products that are more healthful and less likely to harm me and the place I live.

It just makes so much sense.

Lynne Epps

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