Flavors of Northwest Iowa - Locally Grown Food & Culture
Producer support through access to resources, education, and promotional opportunities
Information to consumers about local foods and flavors, farmers, markets, and local businesses
Support for the local food movement in Northwest Iowa and surrounding regions by helping build healthy food partnerships
Flavors is part of the Regional Food Systems Working Group (RFSWG) working to support education, conduct research, and facilitate partnerships to increase education, conduct research, and facilitate partnerships to increase investment and support of community-based, economically sustainable and environmentally and socially responsible regional food enterprises in Iowa. We work in Sioux, Plymouth, Woodbury, Monona, Cherokee, and Ida counties.
What We Do
Map local food resources in the region and publish an online guide of local food, Map local food resources in the region and publish an online guide of local food, flavorful places and events, and participating businesses and supporters
Promote farmers markets, agricultural tourism, and sponsor various local food and flavor events
Serve as a marketing resource for local growers and food businesses
Collaborate with other food-related businesses and organizations
Recruit new food champions to join us in our work
Tools for Farmers
Find information on marketing, food safety, business resources, upcoming events and more.
Find links to organizations, research, recipes, gardening information and more.
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To Find Out More
Visit the Flavors of Northwest Iowa web site at http://www.flavorsofnorthwestiowa.org/index.html
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