why eat well guide matters
Eat Well Guide is a great way to find local, sustainable, and organic food in the US and Canada. And it’s free.
But what you may not know is that unlike other randomly compiled online directories, our 25,000+ listings have been carefully researched and vetted against our rigorous vendor criteria
. Our goal is to help you find food that really is sustainably produced.Eat Well Guide participating vendors
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Enter your route and eat well everywhere
you go. Discover local food wherever you roam – cross-town, cross-country or minutes off the interstate exit.Search.
Enter a zip code (or postal code) or use our advanced search to find a wide range of food categories, products and methods.Download.
We’ve developed guides for major cities and popular drives. Download a PDF for the city, state, or excursion of your choice.Tour.
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We are a resource for community engagement and involvement; search by organization to locate a group near you.
The Eat Well Guide team is highly active in the sustainable food and agriculture movement. We participate in conferences, hackathons, educational and advocacy events, and on boards, panels, and blogs. We host community gatherings including Twitter chats and engage daily with our dedicated Facebook fans. And we are frequent contributors to Ecocentric
, the GRACE Communications Foundation blog, and our monthly newsletter GRACEnotes
and weekly briefs.Get your own Eat Well Guide search tool.
Incorporate it into your website or blog and your visitors can search our listings right from there.Get Listed.
Do you know a sustainable food business that qualifies? Contact us
to suggest your favorite sustainable listing.Are you a vendor?
Qualified vendors can get our free graphic badges that inform customers of their commitment to a better world.Eat Well Guide is a project of Sustainable Table, which advocates for and celebrates local sustainable food with a wealth of information and resources on food-related issues.
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