WE EAT LOCAL
What is the app?
We Eat Local lists hundreds of Tasmanian businesses offering one of more of the following so that home cooks can access local Tasmanian produce during the COVID-19 crisis:
- Home delivery.
- Click and collect services.
- In-store shopping.
Thanks to funding from the Department of Health, all businesses are being featured on the We Eat Local app free of charge throughout the 12-month pilot.
How Does the App Help?
The We Eat Local app makes it simple for consumers to buy fresh Tasmanian produce to cook delicious food while staying at home during COVID-19.
Consumers can also support the jobs and livelihoods of many Tasmanian food producers and associated industries hit hard by the current crisis.
Ordering fresh, healthy Tasmanian produce through the We Eat Local app will also help you protect the wellbeing of yourself, your family and our community through social distancing.
Using the App
The attractive app is free and easy to use.
Just download it to your phone, search the listings for producers, click through to their websites and Facebook pages and get your food.
The We Eat Local app tells consumers where they can buy local produce and also shows where it was grown or made. It allows you to find producers in your local area.
To support the We Eat Local campaign you can
- Download the app from your favourite app store
- Follow the campaign on the Eat Well Tasmania Facebook and Instagram pages
- Tag @eatwelltasmania in posts and use #WeEatLocal
- Get in touch with Eat Well Tasmania if you know local business or people offering fresh Tasmanian produce
- Or direct message or tag people and businesses in our social media posts.
ABOUT EAT WELL TASMANIA
Eat Well Tasmania champions and promotes the eating of seasonal Tasmanian food by Tasmanians.
Eat Well Tasmania works with industry to make more seasonal Tasmanian food available to Tasmanian eaters in ways that also support the livelihoods of those who produce this food.
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