100 Mile Food Market buys locally and Canadian whenever possible

The little market with old-fashioned service

Canada Day heralds a new age in tariffs between Canada and the United States, with Canada’s going into effect today.

Goods in both countries will be hit and so will the consumer.

One little store however, prides itself on sourcing locally and Canadian produced goods wherever possible.

Harrigan’s 100 Mile Food Market in  Southampton (ON) carries local Pine River cheeses, local baked goods, jams and jellies, ice cream, local meats, and vegetables whenever possible in season.

Local jams, jellies and relishes

For more than 30 years, Mary Ellen Harrigan, has focused on buying and selling locally.  “We are local ourselves and so we try to support local suppliers, whether it’s in our store or our catering service.”

Harrigan’s is known, not only for their catering locally to meetings, small luncheons and weddings, but also for their famous DELI-sandwiches made while you wait with all fresh ingredients.

Harrigan’s also carries gluten free, dairy-free, vegan and organic products.

Having a summer BBQ party?   Why not order some fresh salads and desserts. Or start your day the Hundred Mile Way with a coffee and homemade muffin.

Call 519-797-3234 for special orders or enquiries.