The Route from Farm to Table
The route our food takes from farm to table has lengthened dramatically over the last 100 years. From the days of large family gardens and chicken coops in every yard to today when most of the items in our fridges and pantry's comes from large multinational corporations, the path our food takes has become complex and vulnerable.
Routes on Routes was created to offer an alternative, both to big box industrial food, and to the local farmer’s markets as well as local farmers, which are facing new challenges and threats related to the pandemic. Our goal is to help farmers transition to Regenerative farming practices and provide a line of food is to give customers the experience of connecting – in the best and most meaningful ways that we can right now – around the topic of what makes food good.
SAME LAND, DIFFERENT MANAGEMENT