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Eat Well Guide.

by Chelsey

If your community leans more towards donut holes than Whole Foods, you might appreciate the value of this website. Enter your zip code and it lists all of the co-ops, stores, farmers, CSAs, etc. who sell sustainable food in your area. I’m pretty in-the-know regarding local food resources in my neck of the woods, so I did a search to test the results, and the returns were pretty accurate. They also have search widgets you can add to your own website or blog, which keeps the function handy and spreads the love.

Anyone who is thinking, “why should I care?” can find plenty of information about food issues at their sister site, Sustainable Table. I also really like the design of these pages. They’re very clean and easy to navigate.

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One Response to “Eat Well Guide.”

  1. Erin Says:

    Thanks for mentioning the Eat Well Guide on your blog! Check out our new and improved site where you can sign up to stay updated, search for local events, or read up on our latest endeavor – the Green Fork (blog.eatwellguide.org). Stay tuned for the launch of our travel tool, an interactive feature that will allow users to map out their route and find local, sustainable food along the way.