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What we do

Buying local food can be hard for a busy family.

To be honest, the big box stores make it too easy to choose food from far away while you are picking up the toilet paper on sale.

What if the local food came to you?

We deliver locally produced groceries to your home or workplace 6-days a week. Select from over 1000 local products and a range of delivery options like before and after work or on the weekend.

Whether it’s grass-fed steak, free range chickens and their eggs, produce from year-round greenhouses, fresh bread, locally roasted coffee, ready-to eat items, craft beers or amazing local sweets and treats – we want to make it easier to buy, and most importantly, EAT nutritious and delicious local food. We are passionate about helping to grow the variety and availability of local food.

And if someone out there is making TP locally, let us know – we’ll carry that, too.

Why we do it

The goal of Local & Fresh is to grow the size and sustainability of the local food network by making it easier for consumers to choose local food options.

At the same time we seek to help producers grow by increasing the size and access to the local food market as well as the efficiency of the local food distribution system.

When you buy local, you’re supporting your friends, your neighbours, and people who live where you live.

Quality. Sustainability.


How it Works

There is more detail on how it works here. Hit “Shop” in the top left menu. Create an account and register with a credit card. Choose your delivery times (there are several delivery times and days for each part of the city). There is a minimum order of $50 but the delivery fee of $8 is reduced if you order more than $200.You can change your order up until the delivery cutoff time (three days before your order is due to be delivered.)


Local & Fresh is building a list of your favourite local eats and treats. If you have a favourite farmer or local product that you would like to add to the list, email us. Check back here as we add new suppliers and farms to the Local & Fresh Family.

See Our Producers!


Recipe: Baked Pita Chips

Posted by | July 12 | No Comments on Recipe: Baked Pita Chips

Ever buy (and inhale) a bag of pita chips at the store? Make them at home instead and save yourself about $5 and, we promise, they’re even more delicious. Already got pita bread around and worried it’s a bit stale? Perfect for chips! Ingredients 1 6-pack of pita rounds (like Amado’s white or whole wheat) […]

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Recipe: Wife Cake

Posted by | July 6 | No Comments on Recipe: Wife Cake

Find Out How to Make Wife Cake This guest recipe comes to us courtesy of our very own Brian Morissey, one half of the dynamic duo of Brian and Dana, who make deliveries for Local & Fresh on Thursdays and Saturdays and are two fabulous humans. While initially it seems to just be a clever […]

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Announcing: The Local Market

Posted by | June 22 | No Comments on Announcing: The Local Market

All-Rite Group of Companies and Local & Fresh announced a new lease on life for the former Weston Bakery Building at 1377 Hamilton Street: the majority of the main floor will become the The Local Market, owned and operated by Local & Fresh. The Local Market will feature three distinct areas: a breakfast/lunch counter and […]

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  • Q: Why Local?

    A:  It supports our community and producers and creates a robust, secure food market in and around #yqr

  • Q: Do you deliver anywhere outside #yqr?

    A:  Not yet, but if you want to see the L & F truck in your town, let us know. We hope to develop Mobile Markets & delivery routes outside the city.

  • Q: What's a Stock Box?

    A:  A Stock Box is full of the staple items you’d get at any grocery store: meat, eggs, vegetables & fruit, and tasty extras that you choose!

  • Q: Does L&F delivery add a bunch of cost to my grocery bill?

    A: We have to gas up the truck like anyone else, but your costs will be about the same as a trip to the store, minus the impulse candy and assorted plastic junk for the kids.

  • Q: Does L&F offer organic food?

    A: Many of our suppliers are organic, but we are not exclusively organic. We are exclusively local!

  • Q: So, can I get strawberries in January?

    A: You can – but not from us.

  • Q: Do you have a store I can shop in?

    A: Not right now. Help us build our customer base and that just might be in our future.

  • Q: How often would I need a Stock Box?

    A: Depends on how you eat and how many are in your home, but once a week is average.There will be multiple sizes/prices available. Experiment and see which works for you – but we bet you’ll want more.

  • Q: How much does delivery cost?

    A: $8 per delivery but it is reduced for orders over $200.

  • Q: Is there a minimum order?

    A: Yes. $50.

  • Q: What delivery times are available?

    A: There are up to six different delivery days and times for each quadrant of the city and flexible times on the weekend.

  • Q: Can I change my order?

    A: Yes. Orders can be changed up to a delivery cutoff date.

  • Q: When are the delivery times?

    A: Between 7am and 9am, 12pm and 1pm, 6pm-9pm on weekdays and all day during the weekend.



  • Producer Relations

    Tim Shultz tim@localandfresh.ca 306-861-0487

  • General Manager

    Trevor Doroshenko trevor@localandfresh.ca 306-537-8293

  • Marketing & Social Media

    Jennifer Rathwell

  • CEO

    Andrew Rathwell

  • CFO/Accounts

    Carla Shultz


  • Wholesale Services

    Scott Petersmeyer


  • Snail Mail

    #103 – 815 7th Avenue
    Regina, SK
    S4N 6M7

  • Sign up

    Looking to sign up to start receiving deliveries? Click HERE to be taken to the store or click below to go right to the registry page.

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