Lettuce tell you

April 19, 2017
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Let us tell you our news.  

What started in 2002 as a black and white newsletter in Ojai California has grown into an award-winning network of over 90 edible publications across the US and Canada, recognized by the James Beard Foundation as ’the voice of the local food movement’. In 2007, Gail Gordon Oliver started the first Canadian edible magazine with the launch of edible Toronto. At a time when the term ‘local food’ was rarely used, Gail shone a light on Ontario’s local food culture, controversies and challenges. Canada now boasts three edible titles — Ottawa, Vancouver and Toronto (with Montreal coming soon) — building connections and community between our local food scenes across the country. 

In September of this year, we will be re-launching edible Toronto. Every two months we serve up profiles, features and recipes that illuminate the season and people who work so hard to bring this bounty to our tables. 

Our mission is to be the community resource that connects the dots of seasonal, locally grown foods. A place to get to know our local farmers and artisans, and learning more about what our region has to offer in the way of great dining, delicious day trips, vintners, distillers, brewers, food events and festivals. We want to tell the stories behind food and drink that so many of us take for granted. 

Look for edible Toronto at quality grocery stores, specialty foods stores, farmers’ markets and retail venues that share our values.

Learn more about the edible Toronto team.

 

Article from Edible Toronto at http://edibletoronto.ediblecommunities.com/food-thought/lettuce-tell-you
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