Norfolk County’s local food map features wineries & breweries

NORFOLK COUNTY – April 15, 2014 – As one of Canada’s leading agricultural regions, Norfolk County has released the latest edition of its Official Local Food, Wineries & Brewery Travel Map, which features more than 90 growers and suppliers of local food and beverages, and other experiences.

Consumers may receive a copy of the map by contactiNorfolk County Official Local Food Wineries Breweries Travel Map 2014 Coverng Norfolk County’s Tourism and Economic Development office via or by calling 519-426-9497.

Norfolk County also promotes its agriculture sector via social media, including, and

Norfolk County, in southern Ontario, continues to promote its status as Ontario’s Garden, especially with updated data from Statistics Canada. The 2011 Census of Agriculture indicates that Norfolk County is the top ranked Census Subdivision for many horticultural crops. Norfolk County farmers are Canada’s Number One Growers of asparagus, cabbage, sour cherries, ginseng, other specialty vegetables, peppers, pumpkin, squash and zucchini, strawberries and sweet corn. Norfolk County is also Ontario’s Number One Grower of blueberries, rye, and Saskatoon berries.

Acreage in Norfolk County has grown over the past five years for blueberries, broccoli, cabbage, carrots, Chinese cabbage, corn for grain and silage, ginseng, grapes, green and wax beans, green peas, mustard seed, nursery products, onions, other vegetables, peppers, potatoes, and soybeans.


Media contacts:

Dennis Travale
Mayor, Norfolk County
Phone 519-426-5870 ext 1220

Clark Hoskin, Ec.D.
Manager, Tourism & Economic Development
Norfolk County
Phone 519-426-5870 ext 1238