Interested in being listed in the Shenandoah Valley Buy Fresh Buy Local Guide?
Please complete a brief 10-15 minute survey at tinyurl.com/shenValleyBFBLAddUpdateListing so that you may be included in the next edition of the printed food guide.
There is no cost to have your business listed in the directory. All we ask is that you provide accurate and up-to-date information, and notify us when changes occur.
Frequently Asked Questions
How often is the guide published?
Since 2009, the guide has been published annually. Access a copy of the 2016 guide here – 2016 BFBL guide
How many copies of the guide are printed and where are they distributed?
Thanks to the help of our generous sponsors, we typically are able to print between 40,000-60,000 copies of the Shenandoah Valley Buy Fresh Buy Local Guide and distribute them at farmers markets, visitor centers, local government agencies, public libraries, and to local businesses throughout the Shenandoah Valley.
Who is eligible to be listed in the printed Shenandoah Valley Buy Fresh Buy Local guide?
- A farm to table restaurant or catering company that sources their food products from local producers
- A grocery store or retail business that supplies the public with locally produced goods
- A farmers market
- A farm stand
- A farm or orchard located in Augusta (Staunton & Waynesboro), Bath, Clarke, Frederick (Winchester), Highland, Page, Rockbridge (Lexington), Rockingham (Harrisonburg), Shenandoah, and Warren (Front Royal) counties who supply the Shenandoah Valley with fresh and local products (meat, produce, milk/dairy, variety, specialty).
How much does it cost to have a listing in the guide?
It is free to be listed in the printed food guides but we encourage you to consider becoming a sponsor.