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The Farm Food Collaborative is North Alabama’s first local food hub!

Our mission is to help build a robust local food system that supports thriving family farms, a strong economy, and a healthy population.

We achieve this mission by helping family farmers sell fresh, locally grown fruits and vegetables to Alabama schools, hospitals, grocery stores, restaurants, and workplace cafeterias.

At the Farm Food Collaborative, we help farmers write a Food Safety Plan so they can obtain GAP Certification. GAP (Good Agricultural Practices) Certification enables farmers to sell into wholesale markets like those listed above.

The Farm Food Collaborative makes supporting local foods and farmers easy!

All you have to do is ask!

Ask if your school, grocery store, favorite restaurant or workplace cafeteria is buying locally grown fruits and vegetables.

If not, have them contact one of the co-managers at the Farm Food Collaborative!

Carey Martin (256) 947-1003 farmfood@fbofna.org

Natalie Bishnoi (256) 656-7643 farmfoodmembership@fbofna.org

Check out recent Impact Report about the Farm Food Collaborative!

See why the Food Bank launched the Farm Food Collaborative.

See the journey of a local tomato.

More Local Food Resources


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