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This is a real example of sustainable food community from farmers to families. T…
This is a real example of sustainable food community from farmers to families. Thanks Farmers to You!
Farmers To You
Something for our partner families to think about… Because of your partnership, trust, and faith, together we have: Brought over 40,000 orders of food to families in Boston – about 1,450,000 pounds of food! Recirculated and invested $2,500,000 into your foodshed – with direct payments to partner farmer and producers of more than $1,600,000 which they have invested to expand and improve their production capabilities and quality. Built an efficient system that feeds over 400 families per week with food direct from over 45 small regional farms in the Vermont area. Positively influenced the quality and type of food families wish to eat. Created an alternative to supermarkets that nurtures and supports communities, pays farmers and staff excellent wages, allows for the best working conditions, and encourages long term environmental stewardship. Supported families eating home cooked meals, made with love and nutritionally dense, consciously produced food that enhances health and healing as a fact of daily life. Let's keep going! Slow Food Boston BostonEco Edible Boston Babson College Food Sol Metro Pedal Power Cambridge Montessori School Waldorf School of Lexington Cove Community Center Cape Ann Waldorf School Greater Boston Slow Money