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Square Harvest is now open!

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Square Harvest is an online farmer’s market with home delivery for local food in Madison. We bring consumers and producers in direct contact and provide a solution for the last mile problem by delivering products to people’s homes. Square Harvest brings the farm to people’s home and brings people to the farm reinventing and expanding the reach of traditional physical farmer’s markets. You can reach us at info@squareharvest.com.

Square Harvest
Online Market with home delivery service
Phone: 608-695-0243
We have over 50 producers offering more than 450 local products. Farm fresh produce, pasture raised meats, eggs, milk, Wisconsin cheese, freshly baked bread, freshly roasted coffee, pasta, sauces, honey, flowers, chocolates, organic plants, pet treats and more. Learn about local farmers and their farming practices, find recipes, shop by dietary preferences like Organic, Vegan, Gluten free etc and more.
Anyone within our delivery area can shop online and get home delivery of local products. Delivery is FREE for orders over $25 for Madison, Middleton and Fitchburg, $2.95 for Verona, $9.95 for Sun Prarie, Cottage Grove, McFarland and DeForest.

 

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May 11, 2015 | By More

Cart Season is a go!

Here is a great write-up about the start of Cart Season with information about three of our excellent Kitchen Users!  If you haven’t gotten a chance to try these offerings, you are missing out.

 

Cartopia 2015

 

April 27, 2015 | By More

WWBIC April Classes

Here are the classes being offered in April by WWBIC.  They are excellent for new businesses, or those looking to expand and grow.

 

 

March 26, 2015 | By More

Food Chains Movie

The City of Madison, Centro Hispano, and REAP Food Group, are excited to host a free screening of the movie Food Chains.  The movie, with an open discussion to follow, will be aired at 6:00pm in the Lecture Hall at Monona Terrace on Thursday, March 26th.  Free transportation, to and from Centro Hispano, is available.  And, free childcare is available at Monona Terrace.  Please see the attached fliers for more information.

“Food Chains follows this high lauded group of tomato pickers as they battle gigantic agribusiness titans – the supermarket and fast food industry which purchase hundreds of billions of dollars of fresh fruits and vegetables each year. The group is asking these retailers to pay just a penny more per pound for their Florida tomatoes, which would nearly double the wages of workers, amongst the poorest laborers in the U.S.

Agriculture remains the backbone of America, generating billions of dollars of revenue for those atop the food chain. Those at the bottom, however, see very little of those profits.  Farmworkers remain desperately poor, averaging about $12,000 per year in wages.  Food Chains exposes the human cost in our food supply and the complicity of the supermarket”

 

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March 17, 2015 | By More

WWBIC Food Business Class

WWBIC is holding a class on starting a Food Business.  This a great resource for new or emerging businesses.  Please contact them if you are interested or let anyone you know who is thinking of starting a food business know about the course.

 

WWBIC Class

March 17, 2015 | By More

Northside Empty Bowls

On Saturday, March 14, there is a great event going on at the Warner Park Community Center.  It is benefiting FEED and brings together Northside food businesses and artists in a great collaboration.  All of the details are on the poster below.  We hope to see you there!

 

Bowls for Hunger

March 13, 2015 | By More

March WPI Event

This month the Wisconsin Procurement Institute is bringing in speakers from several Prime Vendors to talk about selling to State and Federal agencies through a Prime Vendor.  It will be a very good course for vendors looking to expand their markets.  Below is the link to the events page.  I urge you to sign-up soon.

 

Prime Vendor Round Table

March 10, 2015 | By More

More Great Press

Following on the heels of yesterday’s Cap Times article, here is a Wisconsin State Journal article about the JUST Bakery program.  When you do good things, people notice.

Click on the picture to read the article:

 

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January 16, 2015 | By More

JUST Bakery in the News

We always love to see our users getting good press and the Cap Times article about JUST Bakery is fantastic.  They were one of our first users and have been going strong from the beginning.  We look forward to seeing what they do in the coming years and what we can do to help.  Click on the picture below to read the article.

 

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January 15, 2015 | By More

FEED in the Media

The Isthmus had a nice article about FEED and some of our users.  Click on the link below to read all about it.

 

January 13, 2015 | By More
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