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Grow Your Business

Welcome! We want to help you find the resources you need to grow.

  1. Start a Search

    Find farmers markets where you can sell your product, connect directly with farms that have surplus produce for pickling (or food recovery), or discover commercial kitchen space available for rent by searching the directory.

Want to set up a free listing for your business on Good Food Finder? Email us!


2. Access tools and read stories of others in Arizona to grow.

 
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Find New Customers

Whether you are looking to increase sales at farmers markets, or meet wholesale demand, you can grow your customer base in Arizona.

Farm to School

Accept Food Assistance Benefits

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Farming

There are a few things to keep in mind as you take root growing and scaling your farm and farm business.

Farmland

Food Safety

Business

Local resources can help you grow your business responsibly and keep you protected along the way.

Funding & Capital

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More Coming Soon!

Up next: Resources in Liability Insurance, Transitioning to Employee Ownership, Crop Selection, Agritourism, & Local Procurement

New resources will be announced on a rolling basis in our newsletter. Sign up today!


3. Join the AZ Food Producer Opportunity Facebook Group.

Farmers & food businesses at all stages of operation are provided with support, workshops, and opportunities to grow your business and connect with others. Join the facebook group here.

Our team is here to help you grow. If you have any questions or thoughts, don’t hesitate to reach out to us here.


4. Get the dish. Here’s the latest Good Food News


Additional Resources

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USDA Navigation Toolkit

A toolkit that helps AZ farmers and food producers navigate all the USDA agencies and programs that help them. Updated 2017.

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Copper Communities Local Food Toolkit

Assembled to serve as a tool for current and future food producers to increase production & access new markets, as well as for the public to navigate how to access more local food.

 
 
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Copper Communities: Food Hub Business Development Plan

These plans outline the potential for producers to share costs in infrastructure investments in the Copper Corridor.