Lake to River

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Opens: Thursday, 7 am
Closes: Monday, 11:59 pm

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  • Are you someone that wants to create healthy, memorable meals that your family will appreciate? Do you want to be the hostess with the most-est? If the answer is yes, you may want to:

    Learn More About Our Online Market or Register

  • Do you own or operate a grocery store, restaurant, bar or other eatery that you want to differentiate from your competitors by offering the highest quality, freshest local ingredients? Do you want to be in line with national food trends including locally sourced meats, poultry, fruits and vegetables? Or are you a local school, university or health care facility that wants to improve its nutritional program? You may want to take a look at our:

    Institutional/Wholesale Buyer or Register as a Buyer

  • Are you a local farmer or food producer looking to expand your markets in the community and reach more customers? The Lake-to-River Food Cooperative is a tool to help you do just that. Find out more about being:

    A Grower/Producer Member
    or Register as a Seller


Recent News

USDA Official praises local food movement

A U.S. Department of Agriculture officials praised Youngstown and the Mahoning Valley for “leading in the local foods movement” during a visit Tuesday to the Lake-to-River Food Hub.

Food Coop provides schools with local apples

Thousands of apples poured into the Choffin Career and Technical Center kitchen Wednesday where they were washed, sliced and prepared for today’s elementary-school lunches.

Kitchen Incubator Grows the Urban Food Economy

The incubator provides licensed commercial kitchen facilities for vendors to prepare food items for sale to consumers. Owned by Common Wealth Inc., a nonprofit community  organization.

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This website was made possible through a $25,000 grant awarded by

the Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) in October 2013. Thank you!