Most meat in commercial grocery stores come from a broken system that in the process damages farmers, animals, and the environment. We handpick farms that raise animals the right way; on pasture, eating what they’re meant to eat. This allows you to make sound purchases that will both benefit the environment and your family. We have meat delivered directly from our partner farms to homes across Ontario.Learn More About Our Products
Our partner farms focus on their animals’ health and wellbeing. No industrial practices, no confined spaces, no cutting corners. We only work with farmers that are dedicated to doing the right thing, and are always looking for ways to improve.
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All of the animals are raised completely on pasture, free to roam around and graze as they please. They are fed pesticides-free grass, with poultry and pigs supplemented with non-GMO feed. No antibiotics, no added hormones.
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When you buy through NIKU Farms, you can feel comfortable that you are contributing to a better earth. Upon the 2021 federal government restriction of one-time plastics, we believe it's more vital than ever to do our part as a company to minimize waste as a country, and to inspire all those companies that are still using wasteful packaging to make the switch!
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A NIKU Farms box contributes to something much greater than just meat. Since we first started in 2018, we have made it our mission to make a positive impact in the world. By connecting Ontarians to local farms we have:
I’m Jake. I’m passionate about sustainability, and living out of my tent as much as I can. Once I learned more about the food I feed to my family, I knew we had to switch to pasture raised meat. I now spend my time exploring opportunities to grow NIKU Farms.
Dedicated to living life with genuine curiosity and good food. I watch every Bon Appetit YouTube video the hour it's published. I’m also constantly sourcing top ingredients for my next meal, from sustainable Papua New Guinean coffee beans, to pasture raised meat. Building NIKU Farms lets me stay curious, and share the best of what I find with others.
I am passionate about helping people and providing customers with any support they need! I work closely with our team to ensure we are delivering the best experience to all our subscribers. I love being a part of a team where we advocate for sustainable and ethical food choices. In my free time I foster dogs for my local rescue organization, and play guitar!
Hi there! I’m Danilo, a full-stack web developer that is always up to a challenge. I’m interested in creating new things and applying technical solutions to simplify life. What I like the most about NIKU Farms is the opportunity to be part of the community and provide a sustainable alternative for our food system.
I have a huge appreciation for how our local farmers and their families stay committed to providing the best quality foods for customers and I’m excited to be part of NIKU operations, helping these farms reach new customers across Ontario. Outside of work I love learning new skills, reading, and playing field hockey.
Hi, I’m Dominic! I’m a data scientist at NIKU Farms, with a passion for sustainability and environmental initiatives. Working here, I get to make use of that passion, while also keeping my data science and machine learning skills sharp! Also a big-time fan of all things sports, my dog Murphy, and chess!
Hey, I’m Garry! As a user experience designer, I aim to create seamless and delightful experiences for everyone that visits NIKU Farms. When I’m not designing unique experiences, you can catch me rooting for my favourite sports teams or listening to new podcasts. Joining the NIKU team has changed my view on the traditional food system and sustainability.
Hi I'm Myles! I implement the visual elements of our web application that customers interact with. I have a passion for sports and all things tech. What drew me to NIKU is the opportunity to be a part of a business that is committed to making a difference in the way we think about the food that we are consuming and its impact on sustainability.
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