PSFN Good Food Bags

From the PSFN blog here’s news on their Good Food bag launch.  RaVE will be launching a similar program soon.

On Wednesday PSFN helped organize something we’ve never done before: an aggregated buying model serving the families of our Farm to Table (F2T) child care centers! This event is yet another spin-off of our Farm to Table project, a public health project in partnership with Seattle’ Human Services Division. So far under F2T we’ve put together a wholesale institutional model where child care centers can purchase large quantities of fresh, organic produce from area farms, and a CSA model where smaller, home-based child care operations can have a reasonably sized CSA box delivered right to their door.  The Refugee and Immigrant Family Center (RIFC), an Early Childhood Education and Assistance Program (ECEAP) preschool under the City of Seattle’s Youth and Family Empowerment (YFE) Program has been a participating site in our Farm to Table project since Spring 2011, and yesterday became an integral part of our latest model, customized to fit the needs of the community.  More…

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