Food Safety Guidelines for public markets
Application for a Public Market Food Permit
Food Handlers Courses
Select Nova Scotia
Nova Scotia Federation of Agriculture
Food Action Committee of the Ecology Action Centre
EWG’s 2011 Shopper’s Guide to Pesticides in Produce
Our members care about the multiple bottom lines:
People, planet and profits, BALLE Nova Scotia is about life-enhancing commerce that supports our communities and allows them to flourish.
Here are just a few of the things you get when you join BALLE:
- Access to a network of like-minded entrepreneurs with ideas to share
- Promotion of your products and services to like-minded customers
- Access to key partners and resources
- Newsletters, workshops and forums that bring together dynamic leaders
- Media visibility and promotion of the buy-local philosophy
- Collaboration with strategic partners, such as the Community Foundation of Nova Scotia, the Ecology Action Centre, and the Department of Environment.
- A website with member directory, for listing local businesses, and coverage through social media such as twitter and facebook.
- As a member you will be able to manage your own listing plus post your own business events which will be attached to your listing.
By joining BALLE-NS, you will be helping to empower communities, strengthen economies, and build a green future for Nova Scotia — and have fun doing it!
For more information contact Shannon at email@example.com or call 1-888-450-3830 or check out our website www.ballens.ca
Canada Business Nova Scotia
Support for Start-Up Businesses. They have an on-site library that contains an extensive collection of print publications and electronic databases relating to popular business topics. Co-located with them are : The Canadian Intellectual Property Office, Black Business Initiative, Canadian Youth Business Foundation , Entrepreneurs with Disabilities Network and the NS Association of Regional Development Authorities
1575 Brunswick Street Halifax
Local Food Blogs
The Localvore: a blog by a King’s Journalism student about eating locally
Gone Local: another blog by localvore students in Halifax