Food Swaps are local gatherings where people swap excess homegrown produce and gardening extras. There are now 8 across the region organised by various groups.
Food swaps are a way to reduce garden waste, share good produce and create friendships
Food swaps work by an honour system, no need to haggle just make a fair exchange for your produce.
Bring: homegrown fruit, vegetables, herbs, seeds, plants, eggs, homemade jam etc.
Nothing to swap? Excess produce is usually offered for sale after 10:00am.
Meet like-minded people in your community.
Reduce your food bills and food miles.
Find a food swap near you
Our Community Directory lists all the food swaps in various locations.
Need to know more...
To find out more about food swaps or for help in starting your own please contact Katie Gillett at Foodskil on 03 5245 3000.