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How to quickly connect with locally grown food

A new Canadian app wants to connect consumers with the producers that grow, serve and sell local food.
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While the food tech boom seems to be focused on Silicon Valley and food hubs like New York city -- there's a lot happening here in Canada.  So we thought we'd take a look at a couple of Canadian food tech startups including one based in Barrie, Ontario.

Marcia Woods is the CEO and Founder of ei.ei.eat, a soon to be launched food app with a distinct goal in mind -- to help take the mystery out of eating locally by connecting consumers with the producers that grow, serve and sell local food.

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