Local Food Plus
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Local Food Plus (LFP) was a Toronto-based non-profit organization that brought farmers and consumers together to build regional food economies. It created "LFP certified"[clarification needed] farmers and processors in Ontario, Atlantic Canada, British Columbia and the Canadian Prairies who used sustainable practices, and helped connect farmers and buyers, in part through a "Buy to Vote" campaign, based on the notion of voting with one's money.
This certification is not as fully considered as, for example, organic certification, but because it considers a wide range of 'ethical' points, the consumer may be able to purchase a well-rounded and 'morally' sound item if it bears the LFP label.
- Cooper, Kathryn (2008). "Local Food Plus: A Model for Food Citizenship in North America"[permanent dead link] WORLDCHANGING.
- Porter, Catherine (2007). "Food growers target customers with a conscience", Toronto Star.
- Towe, Brian (2008). "Group Helps Local Farmers[permanent dead link]", Metro Toronto.
- Choose Your Food "Food Certification Overview" Local Food Plus 
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