Bring Fresh Produce to Your Setting

  • Who is it for?

    Anyone who would like to have fruits and vegetables available to buy in their worksite, place of worship, neighborhood, etc through a direct partnership with a farmer/produce vendor.

  • How do you get it?

    This resource is distributed electronically and can be downloaded on this page.

  • How is it used?

    Planning and resource tool which provides benefits, options available, and steps to success for making fresh produce available for sale in various settings.


Eat Smart NC Bring Fresh Produce to Your Setting

Eat Smart North Carolina: Bring Fresh Produce to Your Setting is a planning and resource tool for anyone who would like to have fruits and vegetables, especially locally grown, available to buy in their worksite, place of worship, neighborhood or at any gathering place.

The guide provides practical information on developing a partnership with a local farmer/produce vendor to bring and sell fresh fruits and vegetables in a variety of settings. Bring Fresh Produce to Your Setting also highlights why fruit and vegetable consumption is important to the health, environment and economy of North Carolina.

Whether your setting (worksite, church, community, etc) is considering starting a farmerís or produce vendorís market, joining a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) or beginning a produce buying club, this guide walks you through all of these options and the steps and resources to build success.

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