Local Line, a sales and distribution software platform for farmers and food producers is pleased to announce a partnership of Local Line’s food hub software and Local Orbit, a market-leading food hub management software platform.
Greenbelt Fund launches new and improved Ontariofresh.ca with technology partner Local Line.
It’s becoming more and more popular for consumers and chefs to source food from local farmers and suppliers. Because of this, companies like Local Line have formed as a kind of go-between, bringing farmers and customers together.
“Online shopping is the new normal. Consumers increasingly demand convenience and ease of access for shopping; local, farm fresh food is no different.”
On October 11th, 2018, Peter Bethlenfalvy, MPP for Pickering-Uxbridge and President of the Treasury Board Secretariat, paid his visit to Ontario's own tech-hub, Communitech to learn more about is happening in Canada in the digital age.
"We all have the same mindset and approach to how we're growing food," Morin said. "And that's based on ecological and or organic principles, and we all direct market."
Available immediately for purchase, the QuickBooks Integration Tool allows you to leverage Local Line’s best-in-class order management system and seamlessly sync order data into QuickBooks.
In summer 2017, Local Line and Flanagan Foodservice partnered to create the Flanagan Market, an online catalog of Ontario food products available for purchase by Flanagan’s customers.
Yen Bros. Foodservice and Local Line Inc. partner to increase access to BC local food in the greater Vancouver area.
If you’re a farmer, baker, butcher or any other kind of small-scale food producer, Cole Jones understands the challenges you face.
A recent partnership in the food distribution world has shown that collaboration leads to innovation, particularly in distributing local food in Ontario.
Local Food Champion Award presented to Flanagan Foodservice and Local Line at Local Food Symposium.
Flanagan Foodservice and local food e-commerce platform Local Line have partnered to create a local food program that revolutionizes access to Ontario products for foodservice operators.
Nineteen months ago Syrian software developer Mahfouz Al-Sheikh was freshly arrived in Canada from Lebanon and was trolling Tech Jam, copies of resume in hand, hunting hard for his first job in a new home.
Consumers love local food. And now, putting Ontario food on the menu just got easier for restaurants and institutions, thanks to Local Line.
Growing produce isn’t a cakewalk—and selling greens? That’s not easy, either. That’s why Local Line wants to simplify communication between growers and sellers.
The local food movement has thrived in recent years, bolstered by consumers’ growing concerns over what is in their food and where it came from – and startups are jumping at the opportunities it presents.
A couple of years ago, a Waterloo Region startup wanted to solve a puzzle: Why is food grown closest to a community typically the most expensive and the most difficult to access?
It's becoming increasingly popular for restaurants to promote locally sourced food on their menus, but it can be a challenging, time-consuming process for chefs to connect with farmers and keep on top of the frequent orders.
Laurier LaunchPad startup, Local Line, has been nominated for Small Business of the Year and the Environment and Sustainability Award as part of the KW Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence Awards for 2015.