We take a holistic, community-based approach to our initiatives, working collaboratively with farmers, farmers markets, community leaders, healthcare providers, nonprofits and government entities.
National network of nutrition incentive programs that provide a monetary incentive when low-income consumers spend their federal nutrition benefits at farmers markets and other retail outlets on fresh fruits and vegetables.
Provides families affected by diet-related diseases with a prescription for fruits and vegetables to be spent at participating farmers markets and retail outlets.
Improves the supply chain for local food by working with food hubs to structure investments and enter large wholesale markets.
Advocates at all levels — institutional, city, state, and federal — for programs, policies, and actions that increase food security, improve affordable access, and generate additional opportunities for small and mid-sized farm businesses.
- Programming in 32 States, DC, and Navajo Nation
- More than 5,700 participating farmers
- Over 80 community-based partners
- Upwards of 600 participating direct-to-consumer markets
- Partnerships with hospitals, community health centers, and food hubs