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Expanding Our Food Hub

At Food Connects we pride ourselves in our ability to provide locally produced food to our communities, connecting our farmers and customers. Our unique position in our community’s food systems didn’t happen overnight—it took care and nurturing. We are now at a point in our operations where we need to sow extra seeds to ensure our continued growth.

We are excited to announce the expansion of our Food Hub with a 1,000 square foot cooler and freezer. This expanded space will allow us to significantly increase the amount of local food we are able to distribute from local farms to our schools, hospitals, restaurants, and retailers. Read more about our expansion today!

GREEN MOUNTAIN ORCHARDS
Putney | VT

Blueberries

12 x 1 pt for $42.50

SHOP

SWEET CORN

HARLOW FAM

Organic
60 ears for $32.50

ALLEN BROTHERS FARM

30 ears for $20
60 ears for $28.80

SHOP

ALPINEGLO FARM
Westminster | VT

Classic Chevre & Neufchatel Plain Cheese Spread

3 lb tub for $30.68

Everything, Garlic-Dill, & Vermont Maple Cheese Spread

3 lb tub for $33.04

SHOP

KITCHEN GARDEN FARM
Sunderland | MA

Organic Tropea Onions

12 bunches for $30.59
24 bunches for $53.52

Organic Walla Walla Onions

12 bunches for $26.76    
20 lbs for $38.88    
24 bunches for $51.92    
40 lbs for $76.46

Organic Tropea + Walla Walla Onions

12 bunches for $30.59

SHOP

FREE VERSE FARM
Chelsea | VT

Arise Divine

2 oz tin for $12.19
6 x 2 oz tins for $69.03

Mint & Lemons

1 oz tin for $9.38
6 x 1 oz tins for $53.10

Ode to Vermont

1 oz tin for $8.13

Take It Easy Tea

1 oz tin for $9.69
6 x 1 oz tins for $54.87

*Great for iced tea!*

SHOP

Abenaki Springs Farm | Walpole, NH

Abenaki Springs Farm is located just above the old Abenaki Springs, which was once the sacred water supply to the Abenaki Tribe. Understanding the importance of the land and the role local food plays in the community, Bruce Bickford and Kirsten Anderson are stewards of the land. They focus on diversity and aerodynamic principles, growing healthy, nutrient-dense food that is naturally resistant to disease and pests, stores well, and tastes great. Read more about the farm.

PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS:  Dill, Parsley, Arugula, Cabbage, Carrots, Cucumbers, Salad Mixies, Kale, Lettuce, Scallions, Summer Squash, Zucchini

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Vermont: Melons
What is better than biting into a cool melon on a hot summer day? The most common types of melons in grocery stores are honeydew, cantaloupe, and watermelon. Other varieties of watermelon can have yellow, orange, or even white flesh. Fun tip: Honeydews and cantaloupes will continue to ripen off the vine, while watermelon will not.
 
Be on the lookout for melons in mid to late August!
New Hampshire: Tomatoes

Heirloom, cherry, slicing, and more—tomatoes come in over 1,000 varieties. Originating from Central America and Mexico, tomato stems from the word tomalt, from the Aztecs' language. They are an excellent source of vitamin C and fiber. Technically a fruit, tomatoes are typically prepared as a vegetable. 

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We are looking for a dynamic and motivated individual to join our team as a part-time Food Hub Driver. Apply today!
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