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About Us

Based on a circular economy approach, Agápe Farms is actively involved in building and participating in a sustainable food system which provides equitable food access for diverse consumers, including families with children, women, and seniors facing food insecurity in their communities.

We also work to assist in boosting the local economy while providing the community access to nutritious farm-to-table produce.

Agápe Farms started as a small urban farm in downtown Toronto in 2015. For five years, Agápe Farms served and worked in economically vulnerable communities in Toronto including Moss Park, Regent Park, and the Toronto Sherbourne / Gerrard corridor.

We saw a gap in the market where these vulnerable communities had limited to no access to organically grown foods or diverse foods that reflected their culture. Within our first five years of business, we partnered with local volunteers from these communities to grow and donate approximately 30,000 pounds of organically grown food to the Toronto People With Aids (PWA) Foundation, Toronto Housing Community in Malvern (Scarborough), and the Regent Park Housing communities. We also provided fresh and organically grown produce to economically vulnerable families and individuals in the Regent Park area who were facing food insecurity and a lack of fresh produce diversity in their neighbourhood.

In 2020, we bought the domain name Agápe Farms and moved to rural farming in Milton, Wellington County, and Puslinch. Over the pandemic, Agápe Farms continued to prioritize vulnerable communities and continued donating to the non-profit organizations listed above. In 2021, Agápe Farms began to expand our offerings to culturally diverse restaurants across the Greater Toronto Area, a private chef who specializes in culturally diverse food, a Scarborough Farmer’s market in the food desert area of Victoria Park and the 401, and a small CSA (Community Supported Agriculture).

We recently purchased Trout Lily organic nursery ( to follow our passion for creating a healthier food system and sustainably growing nutritious local produce with a focus on ethnocultural crops. We look forward to working with you to grow a healthier tomorrow, healing our food system, the planet we share, and ourselves.

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