New Oxley Garlic in the News

Food Artisans of Alberta

Your Trail Guide to the best of our Locally Crafted Fare. From the peaks of the Rockies to the sweeping prairie grasslands, Alberta's fertile black soils and long summer days make it ideal for producing an abundance of food. The profile for New Oxley Garlic is on page 264.

Small But Pungent:

New Oxley Garlic's Labour 

of Love

When it comes to garlic, most of us are used to the mildly flavoured white bulbs that are readily available in major grocery stores.

Local Regional Producer Profile-Alberta Agriculture

New Oxley’s farming practices are completely natural, though they have yet to pursue organic certification. Planted by hand, and harvested the same way, they invest in their product and are passionate about sustainability...

Foodie Pages

Fall 2014

Foodie Pages Award & Designation 

June 5, 2014

"Women entrepreneurs a growing group" by Barb Glen

March 2014

We're thrilled to have been listed in Avenue Magazine's "The 25 Best Things to Eat in Calgary" in their March 2014 issue! You can view the article here.

January 27, 2014

A great article about New Oxley Garlic from our friends over at 

Hope Springs Enternal in Southern Alberta - City Palate

December 2013

City Palate

November December 2013

“Hope Springs Enternal in Southern Alberta”

Pg. 50

July 31, 2013

Slow Food Southern Alberta's "Faces of Our Food" publication, and Jackie Chalmers are featured on pages 68 - 69 of the 2013 Slow Food Almanac. 

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January 2013

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Slow food is gaining momentum - Lethbridge Herald

January 13, 2013

Lethbridge Herald

Friday, January 13, 2013

Page A3

“Slow food is gaining momentum”

Sept 2012


Sept/Oct 2012

“Good Clean Food”

Pg. 28 – 30

Jul-Aug 2012

Lethbridge Living

Jul-Aug 2012

Pg. 21 – 25

“The Hungry Games: Fighting to bring pleasure back to your plate”


Sunday, May 20, 2012

Pg. C6

“Local Garlic Offers Major Flavor Boost”

January 20, 2012

Common ground sought for slow food concept" by Barb Glen


May 20, 2012

Labour-Intensive Crop Can Take Two Years To Grow 

Liane Faulder, Edmonton Journal

Published: Sunday, May 20, 2012

Food growers part of Earth Day event - Lethbridge Herald

April 15, 2012

Lethbridge Herald

Sunday, April 15th, 2012

Page A2

“Food growers part of Earth Day event”

What is the Slow Food movement and why does it matter? - SACPA Lecture

January 12, 2012

Jan. 12, 2012

“What is the Slow Food movement and why does it matter?”

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