{green your eats} The Eat Well Guide

April 20, 2010

Here’s one to bookmark! The Eat Well Guide is a comprehensive directory that allows anyone in the US or Canada to search for local, sustainable and organic food in their area. You can search by keyword, city/state or within a certain radius—up to 200 mi or km—of your zip code. The results list everything from bakeries to coops, caterers to wineries, personal chefs to restaurants, and much more. There’s even a function to help you plan good eats all along a trip route. The guide is part of the Eat Well family, also home to one of my favorites, The Green Fork blog.

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