Warehouse worker Luis Zaragoza demonstrates how workers pack weekly produce boxes for the Farms to Families program at 1st Quality Produce in Fresno. The produce wholesaler launched its concept of a community supported agriculture program last month with its Farm to Families program. Each box contains 10-15 California-grown produce items and costs between $22 to $29.99 depending on the quantity of boxes ordered.
Warehouse worker Luis Zaragoza demonstrates how workers pack weekly produce boxes for the Farms to Families program at 1st Quality Produce in Fresno. The produce wholesaler launched its concept of a community supported agriculture program last month with its Farm to Families program. Each box contains 10-15 California-grown produce items and costs between $22 to $29.99 depending on the quantity of boxes ordered. SILVIA FLORES sflores@fresnobee.com
Warehouse worker Luis Zaragoza demonstrates how workers pack weekly produce boxes for the Farms to Families program at 1st Quality Produce in Fresno. The produce wholesaler launched its concept of a community supported agriculture program last month with its Farm to Families program. Each box contains 10-15 California-grown produce items and costs between $22 to $29.99 depending on the quantity of boxes ordered. SILVIA FLORES sflores@fresnobee.com

Produce delivery programs connecting farmers to consumers

August 18, 2015 04:00 AM

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