open road

Central Victoria

How do farmers & producers get food to eaters?

Selling food directly from farm to fork (or perhaps with a short detour via a food hub!) has many benefits. But it also presents a few challenges. How do you move food, without it costing too much – either in time or money?

Collaborative logistics for regional Victoria.

We’ve begun by creating distribution depots around Hume, Gippsland, Mornington Peninsula and Greater Melbourne for local produce, and we’re launching in Central & Northern Victoria soon. Among the depots will be farms, community run grocers and independent retailers.

Open Road couriers are knowledgeable in the handling of produce and understand the nature of its fragility. Open Road vehicles are clean, well maintained, reliable and conform to cold chain food safety regulations.

Our customer service team are farmers, makers and fresh food retailers who can deliver the personal touch your business requires – promptly!

Delivery extends into regional centres in Central and Northern Victoria, Melbourne, and further afield into existing Open Road regions.

Ready to start using Open Road?

To register your interest fill out the form below. Our Regional Coordinator based in your area will get in touch with you directly to understand your needs for the service and work with you to get your food moving.

Can we help?

Have an idea, a project or a question? Want help using the Open Food Network software?  Get in touch and find out how we can help you with it.

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