USDA is partnering with farmers, ranchers, specialty crop producers, food processors and distributors (like us!), and non-profit organizations to ensure that all Americans have access to the fresh and wholesome food they need during the COVID-19 national emergency. We are so thankful for the opportunity to be a distributor for this program to help the surrounding Bay Area communities in need.

Each box contains fresh fruit, vegetables, dairy, and protein!

As of today our incredible team has produced and distributed over 600,000+ of boxes filled with fresh fruit, vegetables, dairy and meat content from our network of growers of suppliers. We can’t say thanks enough to the USDA for this opportunity to help our own small business and family of employees. A big thanks as well to our extended partners from our suppliers to our non-profit distribution centers!

Take a look below for a few highlights during these past few weeks!

Our C.E.O. Chris Vlahopouliotis and his family volunteering to distribute boxes for the USDA Farmers to Families program.

Our Controller Michele Graff with City of Fremont Mayor Lily Mei volunteering to distribute boxes.

Our little volunteers safely loading 37lbs of fresh produce, protein, and dairy boxes into trunks.

Special thanks to City Serve for organizing a safe and contact less distribution site for the Farmers to Families program in Fremont!

Our Vice President Paul Jennings with ASUCD Pantry Director Ryan Choi.

Partners ASUCD Pantry and UC Davis Dining Center Chef Kyle and Debbie making sure all students have access to food and basic necessities!