Green null Procurement

Green Chicago Restaurant Coalition (GCRC) & FamilyFarmed.org Team up to Offer Members Free Procurement Support for Locally Grown and Sustainably Raised Meat and Produce

The GCRC is committed to providing professional procurement services to support members as they increase their use of local and sustainable products. In recent years, the Coalition has set up procurement systems to provide members with environmentally preferable products at a cost-competitive price.

We are happy to announce a new pilot program in collaboration with FamilyFarmed.org to increase procurement of locally grown and sustainably raised meat and produce. FamilyFarmed.org has been working to improve local food systems for ten years, by building the supply of locally grown and sustainably raised food and working with wholesale buyers and distributors to efficiently transport product to wholesale customers.

This collaboration will help restaurants and foodservice companies source local/regional meat, produce, dairy, poultry, eggs, and specialty products. To simplify the process FamilyFarmed.org will help you work with your existing distributors or recommend new distributors depending on your restaurant's needs.

This collaboration offers GCRC members the opportunity to connect with local growers to increase procurement of locally grown and sustainably raised food. Thank you for considering GCRC membership & participating in this great program!


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