Farm to People + From the Farmer

October 31, 2018

From the Farmer is a sister company of Farm to People that’s been operating in the Washington DC area for over seven years! Just like us, they’re on a mission to make good food more convenient for everyone.

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Seasonal Summer Cocktails - perfect for a Garden Fiesta!

June 03, 2017

It's seasonal cocktail time - the perfect porch punches or party-for-one concoctions - these Strawberry 'Wine' and Berry Beer Buck cocktails from mixologist and mastermind behind Shrub District Don Morton are sure to please any summer palette in need of a refreshing thirst quencher! Read about City Blossoms Garden Fiesta where Don's Shrubs and local strawberries took front seat for an evening under the stars in support of a great local organization!

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Why Eat Grass-Fed?

May 26, 2017

Many people today ask, is grass-fed just another way to label a product to get the consumer to spend more?

The answer here is NO! There is a real difference between traditional grain-fed cattle and grass-fed cattle. The majority of beef on a person’s plate today comes from grain-fed cattle, and in case you don’t know, the cattle are raised in less than natural settings. In terms of the way that the cattle are raised, the living and dieting conditions of grain-fed cattle are exponentially different from those of grass-fed cattle.

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The G.O.A.T: A Visit to Cherry Glen Farm

May 04, 2017

Located on fifty-eight acres of agricultural reserve land in Boyds, Maryland, Cherry Glen farms is one of the last of its kind, a truly artisan farmstead. From flock to finished product--it all happens right there, and last week, the From the Farmer team was treated to a tour and taste of their  g.o.a.t. cheese. 

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Earth Day 2017

April 19, 2017

At From the Farmer, we’re always looking for new ways to green our routine. We take our environmental impact seriously and we’re working hard to reduce our footprint even further. We use eco-friendly, reusable bags to deliver your orders, work to ensure our products are minimally packaged, and we've developed a set of environmentally conscious standards we use to guide our decisions and select our partners.

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Thank you for voting us DC’s Best Delivery Service!

April 07, 2017

The votes are in, and we are beyond thrilled to announce that From the Farmer was voted DC’s Best Delivery Service in Washington City Paper’s 10th annual Best of D.C. Readers’ Poll.

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SUMMER Community Recap

September 01, 2016

With fall on the horizon, we're recapping the last couple fun and eventful months behind us. From neighborhood festivals to team bonding on bikes, big birthdays and small business collaboration - we had one fantastic (albeit hot) summer season! Check out what we've been up to below. 

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FTF Turns 5: BBQ Birthday

July 14, 2016

Five years ago, FTF's founders Jason and Nick made their first delivery of farm fresh produce - packed in Nick's parents' garage and topped with freshly trimmed tulips from his mom's garden. Its hard to believe how much FTF's community has grown throughout those five years because of pure passion, hard work, and genuine partnership.

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Veteran compost

June 22, 2016

When Justen Garrity returned from Iraq to a flailing job market, he had trouble getting anyone to give him the time of day for a job interview. So, after searching around for a while, he decided to look into starting his own business instead.

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Miriam´s Kitchen

April 21, 2016

Throughout the year, From The Farmer puts a lot of energy into spreading love amongst various partners that have goals of doing good in our community. By donating fresh produce through our farm partners, creating canned food drives, and providing donation options for our customers, we're able to offer support to a select group of organizations that we believe align with our mission. 

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SPRING Community Re- cap

April 13, 2016

The spring season is one of rebirth and growth from the stagnancy and hibernation of wintertime. This season, we at From The Farmer had a major rebirth with the creation of a new website and an open marketplace to many more products than we've ever been able to offer before. Its been exciting + busy and certainly feels like we've turned over a new leaf. 

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An Evening with community I St. Jude Children´s Hospital

March 17, 2016

When St. Jude Children's Research Hospital opened its doors in Memphis, TN, in 1962, founder Danny Thomas made it clear that each child to walk through the research hospital's doors - regardless of race, color, religion or their family's ability to pay - would be taken care of. Since then, no patient of St. Jude's has walked away with a hospital bill, and has been provided housing and transportation for each of their visits to and from the facility free of charge - for both them and their family. 

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Touching Community With Capital Area Food Bank

March 09, 2016

In this sprawling metropolis we call home, many of us are fortunate to experience a good meal every day - three times a day. We dine at the hottest new restaurants or purchase high quality, fresh food that we cut, shred, cook into a delightful meal to share with roommates or family. We take for granted the availability and freshness of the food items we pick up at the store, market, or that are delivered to our homes. 

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