Monforte's real capital is the passion of our advocates and the many dialogues that passion inspires. We see the following as a means of staying transparent, as a digital crossroads, and introducing you to one another. And who knows what'll come of those meetings? But knowing who you are, it'll be something wonderful.
Monforte YouTube Channel
Monforte on Twitter
Flock EWE Facebook Page
LINKS WE LIKE
Enjoy reading about food in general and cheese in particular? So do we. Here are a few sites and blogs we’ve been following.
The most comprehensive cheese blog we’ve seen. The Cheesepoet is “Nothin’ but thoughts on cheese, why we like it and what it means.”
Doctors Without Borders
Monforte Dairy donates 10% of profits to Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), an international medical humanitarian organization working in more than 60 countries to assist people whose survival is threatened by violence, neglect, or catastrophe. During this Renaissance year, Monforte will have a free-will collection at all our public events to share our good fortune.
Ferdzy lives in "small town Ontario" and has been cooking local food for over 30 years. She is now retired to the country and is going to try her hand at growing it too.
The Food Show
Writer/broadcaster Andrew Coppolino hosts The Food Show on 570 News AM in the Waterloo region. He also reviews area restaurants, includes some recipes and writes about the business of food.
Forager Foods is a specialty food store located in Bayfield, Ontario’s. The local food concept store will source out and offer its customers primarily local and regional fresh meats, Canadian artisanal cheeses, in-season produce, chef quality prepared foods and pantry items to fill the larder.
Good Food Revolution
News and features from the good food movement.
Keep informed on events in the Toronto area, read insightful interviews, reviews of wines, restaurants, books and magazines.
The Healthy Butcher
Toronto, Canada. Specializing in certified organic meat and express gourmet foods. Offering a free newsletter called Live To Eat.
Food connects us all. Join a growing network of organizations, farmers and enterprises, advocating for healthy food and sustainable agriculture in Ontario.