David and Lia knew they wanted to sell bison meat for individual consumers. It was their five-year plan to eventually add a store to their property, but that got moved up to three years, and in the fall of 2020 they began selling meat from a small store attached to their home. Demand quickly outgrew the space, and in July 2021 they opened a large stand-alone store.
The Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce is encouraging everyone to support Sarnia-Lambton for everything local. You have a chance to win Gift Certificates and prizes every time you support any local business in Sarnia-Lambton.
Forest Glen Herb Farm features countless products including various teas, coffee, hot chocolate, spices, jams and jellies, pepper jellies (hot, medium, mild), honey, potpourri mixes and sachets, clothing, kitchen, and body care products, cooking herbs, dips and mixes, soup mixes and herb and spice rubs among other things.
Do you know the story behind the food on your plate? How far it travelled from, if it’s in season, or who produced it? The next time you sit down to enjoy a meal, whether it be in the comfort of your own home, or in your favourite local restaurant, take a closer look at what’s in front of you.
It’s important to recognize all aspects of the food value chain that are dedicated and committed to ensuring consumers across the province have food on their plates that is proudly grown, produced or raised right here at home.
OFA has developed a “Burger Challenge” that challenges our members, partners and fellow stakeholders to source as many local ingredients as possible for their burger creations. Check out our Locally Lambton website to find local farmers providing “Burger Up” items to help you build your best burger