Used by all types of local food suppliers, Local Line helps you accept online orders, communicate with customers, and organize your fulfillment.
NEW: Our easy to use website builder for farmers lets you choose from five different templates and drag and drop your website into place.
Build an online store for your customers and watch your order sizes increase up to 42%!
Track your inventory, orders, deliveries, invoices & payments to keep you on schedule.
Create & launch your own online store in under 2 hours (seriously)!
Inventory that deducts as orders come in, and tells you when you’re low.
Scheduling that keeps your organized and protects your margins.
Easily manage and communicate with your customers in one place.
Track orders, create pick lists, send invoices and receive payments.
Access detailed reports so you know how your business is performing.
Connect with other Local Line users in your area and around the world.
Level up with Advanced Inventory, Standing Orders, and more!
Easy-to-use drag and drop features allow you to quickly customize your farm's website.
Your need-to-know guide for social media, e-mail campaigns, and branding for your farm.
Since joining Local Line, both the retail store and the wholesale food hub have been thriving. Local Line has allowed them to properly organize their orders, track their inventory, and quickly reference invoices and payments after orders have been picked up. Communication between staff, customers, and farmer goes seamlessly and efficiently.
As George at Castor River Farm continued to grow his customer base over the years, he prided himself on maintaining a strong relationship with his customers. As the number of customers continued to increase, he was able to keep up with the production demand, yet when it came to deliveries and logistics – he kept facing order errors.
Far from their roots of Northern California, BC ranchers Tristan and Aubyn Banwell are passionate about raising livestock to benefit the health of people and the environment. Operating in their fifth season, they’ve seen tremendous growth but were starting to feel the pains of growing their business.