Producers’ Contact List: We’re updating our internal contact list of primary producers, and as a local agri-business, we want to make sure we have your updated information to share agri-food program information and help enhance local food sales. We also are giving producers that directly sell to the public the opportunity to appear on an upcoming local food page right here on York Link – helping promote your business and increase your exposure!
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#1 Gross Farm Revenue
Per acre in the GTA; $1,000 higher gross revenue per acre than provincial average.
A strong workforce that helps agriculture and agri-food in York Region thrive.
$2.7 Billion in Annual GDP
This sector plays an important role in York Region’s economy.
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Latest York Region Agriculture Business News
- Seneca and Kingbridge Centre team up to support environmental innovation in York RegionSeneca and Kingbridge Centre are creating an innovation hub that will deliver a real-world setting and programs to help entrepreneurs build and scale businesses in the agriculture, food production and processing, energy and environmental sectors.
- Meet the 2021 York Region Food Accelerator CohortThe York Region Food and Beverage Accelerator Program has announced its third cohort of companies!
- Vaughan Headquartered Summer Fresh Celebrates 30 Years of Industry InnovationIn celebration of its 30th Anniversary, the iconic brand known for its salads, hummus and dips is launching two limited edition hummus flavours: Dill Pickle Hummus and Salt & Vinegar Hummus.
Supports the local economy. Not only is local food fresher and better for the environment, but when you eat local, you support the more than 700 farms that call York Region home. Buying local helps support the York Region economy, creating local jobs and supporting the community.
Is fresher and better for the environment. Imported fruits and vegetables can travel long distances to get to your plate. This transport has an environmental impact related to greenhouse gas emissions and pollution. When you buy local you get fresh, delicious products with a reduced impact on the environment. We call that a win-win.
The York Farm Fresh Guide Map is the best way to find a variety of delicious food in your own backyard. This map lists more than farms and farmers’ markets to help you uncover local farm fresh products within York Region.