Appetite growing for local food in Cape Breton

By Nancy King

SYDNEY — In a time of rising food costs and growing appetites for knowing where food is coming from, a co-op that works with local producers and consumers is looking for support from the island’s municipalities for its second year of operation.

Alicia Lake, co-ordinator of the Pan Cape Breton Local Food Hub Co-op, and Jim Mustard, an Inverness County councillor and member of the co-op’s management committee, have begun making the rounds of the island’s municipal councils looking for financial contributions of $5,000 each to support the second year of the two-year pilot project.

~ Read the full article in the CAPE BRETON POST ~

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Members of the Cape Breton Local Food Hub Co-op have begun making the rounds of municipal councils looking for support for Island's food producers.
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