Get Your Hands On Local, at Home!
Today, supporting our local restaurants and food and beverage suppliers is more important than ever.
When you buy local, not only do you support Nova Scotia’s economy by investing in farmers, fishers, chefs, artisans, and producers; you also help to preserve our province’s history, culture and heritage, our agricultural landscapes and coastal fishing communities, and the countless small businesses that help define who we are.
Over the last several weeks, these small businesses – owned by our friends, family and neighbours – have been consistently working to find innovative, safe ways to get local products into the hands of Nova Scotians.
- Local businesses and farmers markets have launched new online stores with streamlined pickup options.
- Wineries, breweries, cideries and distilleries are providing deliveries across the province.
- Farmers and producers have created enhanced CSA programs.
- Each week, another restaurant reopens with creative takeout menus and delivery options.
Nova Scotia’s incredible culinary industry has provided us with the tools to source local products, and now, they need our support.
Taste of Nova Scotia, in partnership with the Nova Scotia Department of Agriculture, has compiled a province-wide resource to help you source local food and drink in your community.
From restaurants offering takeout, to local food & beverage suppliers, markets & retailers offering online ordering, pickup and delivery options, use this guide to Get Your Hands on Local, at Home.
On the website, search by business type and region, or by business name, product, town or service. It’s never been easier to eat, drink and shop products that are harvested, grown and produced right here in Nova Scotia!