The official retail launch partner for the Buy Manitoba program is Canada Safeway. When you visit your local Safeway store within Manitoba, it’s easy to identify local products by looking for the shelf signage. We are very excited to have Safeway on board as a partner of the program!
An online store that showcases made in Manitoba products.
A family owned and operated business that creates awesome gift baskets! We support Manitoba entrepreneurs as well as artisan companies from across Canada. Every basket we make contains a bit of Manitoba.
The Farm & Food Discovery Centre is an agricultural interpretive centre where children, youth and families can explore where their food comes from and how it is grown in Manitoba. The Centre targets primarily school aged children (gr. 5-8) with a focus on the agriculture curriculum. Students can also take part in a workshop to supplement what is learned on the guided tour and in the school classroom. Events and workshops are also offered on Saturdays and throughout the summer.
The foodManitoba Group is a not-for-profit coalition that includes 10 producer organizations and MAFRI. For more than twenty-five years, these partners have worked together to cultivate a connection between agriculture and the general public. Collectively, they have pooled resources to participate in public events, created Canada’s longest running cooking show called Great Tastes of Manitoba, and a best-seller cookbook by the same name, developed a website (foodmanitoba.ca), and several joint recipe booklets.
The Manitoba Canola Growers Association (MCGA) is a non-profit organization that is made up of members, Directors and staff whose mandate is to enhance profitably of Manitoba canola growers through research, marketing and policy.
Manitoba Egg Farmers (MEF) represents nearly 170 regulated egg and pullet farmers. Egg farmers are the primary caregivers of 2.3 million hens in Manitoba that produce about 57 million dozen eggs each year. This represents 11% of Canada’s egg supply.
Fostering the sustainability and prosperity of the pork industry for hog farmers and all Manitobans.
A membership association representing Manitoba's restaurant and foodservice industry.
The Friends of Gardens Manitoba is a non-profit, charitable organization, established in 1988, whose mandate is to promote horticultural education. Gardens Manitoba fundraises for a butterfly conservatory at Assiniboine Park and will donate more than $400,000 starting in 2013. Gardens Manitoba presents an annual event called Gardening Saturday Tradeshow & Educational Symposium which features local businesses and products including local farmers and growers.
MB FOOD BLOGGERS
A local food blog about all things edible, but mostly lunch suggestions.