The goal of our wholesale program is simple: to open new markets for our network of immigrant, low-income, and independent farmers. We are a one stop shop, able to deliver to institutions like public schools, private schools, senior living facilities, colleges, universities, and more. We guarantee that the food we purchase is safe, traceable, and grown by farmers using practices that we have deemed safe for the land, air, and water around their farms. As a wholesaler, we assume responsibility for the quality, quantity, and timeliness of delivery to a wholesale buyer, so our farmers can keep on farming.
Our facility consists of:
- Three 15,640 cubic feet coolers, one 5,488 cubic foot freezer, and a large 4,746 square foot warehouse.
- A ramp and two loading docks for larger delivery trucks.
- A fully equipped, licensed and certified organic commercial kitchen with ample space for dry storage.
In addition to our kitchen, our warehouse is also certified organic which is a great reason for farmers using natural growing practices, or who certified organic themselves, to work with us. If you are a farmer who is looking to grow your business via wholesale outlets, please reach out to our Director of Logistics and Sales, Nick Mabe, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We believe that the more that we can connect local makers to our network of growers, the more equitable, vibrant and resilient our local food system will be. If you are a buyer looking to incorporate more local food into your operation and you’d like to see our wholesale and availiblity list, please email email@example.com.