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The Future of the Drive Through Market

September 2020 update

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Our Mission

Local Food Hub is a nonprofit organization that partners with Virginia farmers to increase community access to local food. We provide the support services, infrastructure, and market opportunities that connect people with food grown close to home.

How It Works

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Our work depends on the generosity of foundations, businesses, and people like you. Read about our work in 2018 and the accomplishments we made in increasing access to healthy, local food, thanks to our community’s support.

From Our Blog

Innovations In Agriculture

November 28, 2020

The Innovations in Agriculture awards never fail to inspire us. We love seeing the creative solutions that our farmers develop to their farming problems. This year, it was extra inspiring to see how our farms continued to innovate, adapt and… Read More

Fresh Farmacy: A Team Effort

November 13, 2020

This post is a part of our “Virtual Community Food Awards,” where we celebrate all the partners that make our work possible. Follow along on social media #CFA2020.   Fresh Farmacy was founded in 2015 on a simple idea: that… Read More

In May, we released a statement on our plans for the Drive-Through market. At the time, it felt impossible to predict how long vendors and customers would need to rely on a covid-resilient local shopping option. As we said, “We… Read More

As businesses across the Commonwealth begin to plan for the gradual reopening of Virginia, Local Food Hub has received several questions about the future of our Drive-Through Markets. Our purpose has always been to support Virginia farms, and connect the… Read More

There has been a lot in the news lately about COVID-19 outbreaks in meat processing plants. The biggest story to date has been about the Smithfield Processing Plant in South Dakota, with 644 confirmed cases — the largest single cluster… Read More

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