We bring Granite Staters together by harnessing the power of local food.
NH Eats Local promotes buying, supporting, and eating New Hampshire grown and produced food for the prosperity of our community, economy, environment, and culture by connecting Granite Staters with our farmers, restaurants, food producers, markets and farm stands, and other food-related businesses.
We are a hub for information to find, support, and eat local food from the Seacoast to the North Country. Created and managed by the NH Food Alliance and its network, we gather resources, like Farmers’ Market guides and Pick Your Own lists, we share stories about farmers, chefs, brewers, and other food producers, we partner with local food-focused organizations and businesses to produce events and share information about issues that intersect with local food, like food access, equity, and the environment, and we rally around local food businesses, organizations, and the economy to continue to grow our vibrant New Hampshire food system.
AUGUST IS NH EATS LOCAL MONTH!
Supporting and eating local is a 365, 24/7 celebration in the Granite State. But we pull out the stops in August to celebrate NH Eats Local Month! Join us for 31 days of rallying around the bounty of New Hampshire and to thank our hard working farmers, fishers, and food businesses. Over 100 partners throughout the state join together to celebrate the power of food in bringing us together and encouraging the continued choice to eat and support local food. Join in for events, contests, film screenings, storytelling, and more.
DID YOU KNOW?! Governor Sununu officially proclaimed August NH Eats Local Month.
CLICK HERE TO READ THE PROCLAMATION!