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Feeding Halton

Business Type: Aggregator or Hub, Buyer, School Supplier/Vendor
Business Address:
6214 Appleby Line
Burlington, ON L7M 0P7
(905) 691-7299
Business Information:
Feeding Halton is a collaborative of social service organizations and the agricultural community. Feeding Halton was formed to reduce overlap and inefficiencies associated with procuring fresh healthy local food into the collaborating organizations which may run on donations and/ or purchases made from the farming community in Halton. Our collaborating members serve over 40,000 people in Halton monthly. We are also working on extending the harvest season and creating value added systems for local food.
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Meaghan Richardson
Agri- Market And Food Coordinator
6214 Appleby Line
Burlington, ON L7M0P7
Tel: (905) 691-7299

We Buy:

  • Small Volumes

We buy the following products

  • Vegetables
  • Fruit
  • Grains

Do we require delivery?

  • Negotiable

Do we require third party liability insurance?

  • No

Buying contacts

Meaghan Richardson
Agri- Market And Food Coordinator
P: (905) 691-7299

Preferred method of payment

  • Purchase Order/Invoice

I can offer the following services

  • Advertising, marketing, or promotions
  • Consolidation, Aggregation, Hub Services
  • Sharing purchase orders

I am looking for the following services

  • Cold Storage (Refrigerated Warehouse)
  • Frozen Storage
  • Post-Harvest Handling or Packing
  • Processing
  • Sharing purchase orders
  • Transportation and Climate Control
  • Warehousing

Additional partnership details

Feeding Halton is interested in connecting with any links in a value chain to determine what can be identified for opportunities and possibilities for value added and harvest extension. We are seeking cold storage and warehouse space in the north end of Halton but are open to all communications and ideas.

Our Mission is an online network and marketing service designed to help Ontario businesses buy and sell more local food.

We aim to connect the food value chain and get more local food on Ontario plates.

This initiative is proudly supported by:

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