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Governor Gina Raimondo, Pawtucket Mayor Donald Grebien, and other key partners joined Farm Fresh Rhode Island in celebrating the opening of their Harvest Kitchen Café + Corner Store in downtown Pawtucket, and expansion of their local food processing capabilities in the state-of-the-art commercial kitchen there. Monday’s event kicked off a week of free giveaways at Harvest Kitchen in appreciation for the community’s support.
Join us for an afternoon of special guests, local food sampling, and an inside look at our new café + corner store! We are located right on the corner of Main St at Bayley St in downtown Pawtucket.
Thank you Mayor Jorge Elorza, U.S. Conference of Mayors, and Wells Fargo for the tremendous support. We look forward to the expansion of Harvest Kitchen that this #CommunityWINS grant will enable at our future #RIFoodHub and continuing to work together to strengthen our local food system.
Market Mobile producer, Blue Skys Farm is a chemical-free vegetable, herb, and flower farm in Rhode Island. The farmland that Blue Skys rents is owned and protected by the State of RI’s Department of Environmental Management and managed by Southside Community Land Trust. Six other farmers also farm at this location and the group collaboratively manages the 50-acre property, including Scratch Farm, Pak Express Farm, Big Train Farm, and Zephyr Farm.
Market Mobile producer, Barden Family Orchard, is a 30-acre farm founded in 1931 and run by Gil & Sandra Barden. The Bardens make their own sweet apple cider that’s ultraviolet-light treated (same log reduction in bacteria as pasteurization) with NO preservatives. All of the farm’s fruit and vegetables are grown using the most innovative techniques to conserve water, soil, and biological resources.
Market Mobile customer, Mei Mei is a Boston-based, family-run mobile food truck and restaurant serving modern and creative Chinese-American treats made with local meat, grains, dairy and produce. They specialize in scallion pancake sandwiches, award-winning dumplings, and all things local to New England. Their pantry line was started to bring the vibrant flavors of the food truck and restaurant into your home kitchen!
Market Mobile producer, Atlantic Saltworks is a modern day saltworks that produces handcrafted sea salts proudly made in small batches with water harvested off the shores of historic in Gloucester, Massachusetts.
Market Mobile producer, Baffoni’s Poultry Farm was started in 1935. Today, four generations of the family work on their 80 acre farm in Johnston, RI, where they raise approximately 25,000 chickens and 1,200 turkeys. They raise leghorn and R.I. Red hens for egg production, and broad breasted Cornish broilers and fryers.
Market Mobile producer, Carr’s Ciderhouse is a family-run operation committed to creating handmade, small-batch natural hard ciders and traditional cider products — cider syrup, apple cider vinegar, switchel syrup, and more! Their orchard is pesticide and herbicide free.
Market Mobile producer, Allen Farms is a family operated farm located in Westport, MA, where Debbit Barret farms 50 scenic acres of land. The farm has offered Certified Organic herbs, greens, vegetables, and flowers since 1987 — Debbie’s bright and tasty pea greens now a regular fixture on the menu at Providence restaurants and even featured on “Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives” on the Food Network!
Visit us in downtown Pawtucket for great food from local farms, special community events, youth-made products, and more! Enjoy house-made prepared foods in our beautiful café, or pick up groceries and grab-n-go meals to take with you.
Funding for the estimated $14 million project is coming from four major sources: public sector (city, state and federal); corporate and foundation; private philanthropy and New Markets Tax Credits. Each sector accounts for between $3 – 4million. To dat …
Two state agencies—Commerce RI and the Department of Environmental Management—provided important grant funding which supported our due diligence efforts, including architectural and engineering assessments; survey, zoning and financial analysis; and en …