It's that time of year! Come find our booth and meet the crew at The Rose Kennedy Greenway on Sunday September 15th from 11am to 5pm. This free event will have lively chef demos, local food, educational activities, local music and more! Do not miss out!
Topics: Community Events
Sasha Purpura, Executive Director of Food For Free, and Jeff Barry, Boston Organics founder and owner, in our warehouse in 2012 to explain what they do and where our produce donations go each week.
A large part of our mission at Boston Organics is to provide better access to fresh, healthy foods. We want to highlight a key local partnership that helps make this possible.
With unemployment at an all time low and the demands of work increasing, companies are continuously looking for services and products to improve office culture, and keep employees healthy, energized and engaged. This has led to some pretty exciting new ideas, as well as ways of rethinking existing employee benefits. There's more to employee benefits than ping pong tables or beer in the break room (although there's nothing wrong with those).
We're headed to the PERKS Convention on May 2. This is a unique event for anyone that is responsible for managing employee benefits (i.e., HR, Facilities, Office Admins). PERKS showcases all kinds of products, services and amenities for employees. If you're able to join us at PERKS, we'd love to see you (visit us at booth 158). But if you can't make it, these are a few companies offering some cool office perks.
Bootstrap Compost is featuring Boston Organics as their April Bootstrap Buddy! Bootstrap Compost is a sustainable company doing great work to improve our food system. Naturally, we love working together!
Topics: Organic Compost, produce delivery, Community Events, boston organics, Organic Grocery Delivery Boston, Boston Local Partnerships, New England Local Fruits and Vegetables, Original Boston Organics Blog
Check out these local Boston Food events! The Boston Organics team has compiled a list of local events hosted by organizations we support for you to connect with like-minded individuals.
Boston Organics believes it is in everyone’s best interest to build a strong regional network of growers, distributors and retailers, and we think it's great that more and more people are getting on board with the local movement.
Building a healthy food system isn't a one-(wo)man job and requires constant communication between organizations. We put together this list of local events so you can collaborate, connect, and contribute to the local food system too! Check out these Spring events!
Topics: Newsletter, Eat Local, Organic Farmers, Community Events, boston organics, Community, The Boston Organics Crew, New England Local Fruits and Vegetables, Original Boston Organics Blog, Food System, sustainability, Farms, FDA
On Saturday October 20th from 11am to 6pm and Sunday October 21st from 10am to 4pm, you can join Boston Organics at the 23rd annual Boston Veg Food Fest! The food fest will be held at the Reggie Lewis Athletic Center located at 1350 Tremont Street, Boston MA. This event is free, has free parking and is T accessible! Over 100 vegetarian, vegan and natural food vendors will be on site to answer all of your natural food questions, offer samples and introduce you to their products and services.
The Boston Local Food Festival is here! Boston Organics and more than 75 of your favorite local farmers, chefs, restaurants, artisans, and service organizations will be filling up The Rose Kennedy Greenway on Sunday September 16th from 11am to 5pm. This free food fest is not to be missed!
Join Boston Organics at this year’s Fermentation Festival at the Boston Public Market on Sunday, August 26th! This free festival will run from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. with a complete schedule of events entirely dedicated to all things fermented. There will be a diverse collection of experts on hand to answer your fermentation questions and to share their knowledge and experience, including brewers, scientists, chefs, microbiologists, entrepreneurs, and writers.
October is both Fair Trade Month and Non-GMO Month – a reminder for us to pause our busy lives for one moment and to reflect on the current state of our food system. With the school year in full swing and the holiday season quickly approaching, this is a good opportunity to think critically and learn more about the food we eat and where it comes from!