Local Black & Brown Farmers are Selling “Harvest Bags” to Help Bridge Food Insecurities in Philly!
Local Black and Brown farmers are helping to fight food insecurities in Philadelphia by selling harvest bags with locally grown produce. Farmacy is spearheading this initiative that not only puts healthy foods on tables but also helps local farmers of color.
“Farmacy provides locally grown produce from Black and Brown farmers in Philadelphia. We currently host pop-up farmers markets and sell Harvest bags online. Our mission is to bridge food insecurity in Philadelphia while supporting Black and Brown farmers. Farmacy prides itself in providing the Philadelphia community with the freshest, most unique, locally grown produce at a great price,” states Farmacy owner Khalil Steward.
The world is currently fighting COVID-19 and it is important to keep yourself and the ones you care about healthy. Therefore, Farmacy is offering a $25 Harvest Bag. The Harvest bag will include 2 leafy greens, 3 different vegetables, and 3 different fruits. Also offering $25 Fruit Bags. The Fruit Bag includes a variety of apples, pears, citrus, and bananas. All fruits are in season. Avocado Bananas Grapefruit Oranges Passionfruit Pomegranates Strawberries
Farmacy is now accepting Harvest Bag orders until close of business on Thursday, March 16th. Harvest bags will be delivered between Saturday, March 20th, 2021. These bags also make for a great gift for family members, friends, coworkers, or employees. If being ordered as a gift, a staff member of Farmacy will reach out to get all additional information. Secure a Harvest bag for your loved one. Orders can be placed here.