Our family, culture, and early years can have an incredible impact on the food we make and eat. Zouhair Mkais says he owes his culinary expertise to his childhood in Casablanca, Morocco.
Just Harvest’s newest program is a healthy corner stores initiative to improve access to fresh, nutritious food in underserved neighborhoods in Allegheny County.
Through our Fresh Access program, we have been working to make Pittsburgh farmers markets more accommodating of the area’s refugee and immigrant communities.
Two brothers from Oaxaca are now a part of the fresh food experience at this Citiparks farmers market every Thursday.
April and Johnny Parker channeled what some might call a mid-life crisis into a flourishing venture. Read their story and find out where you can get their organic fruits and vegetables.
Mayor Bill Peduto’s office has announced that the City of Pittsburgh is getting behind our healthy new incentive for food stamps at 14 area farmers markets.
Beginning in May, shoppers using food stamps at farmers markets will be getting more bang for their buck. For every $5 a shopper spends using their food stamps at fourteen participating area farmers markets, they’ll receive an additional $2 coupon to spend on fruits and vegetables.
Stretch had never gotten professional help filing his taxes before. Did our help lay the groundwork for his future success? You be the judge.
Since launching at just two farmers markets in May of 2013, Just Harvest’s Fresh Access program – enabling the use of food stamp, credit, and debit purchases at participating city farmers markets – is now at 9 farmers markets… and booming!
Farmers market season is now in full gear across the region, and that means Just Harvest’s Fresh Access program is back – enabling shoppers to use their food stamps/EBT, debit, and credit cards at participating markets.