A food hub is a business or organization that buys, sells, and markets food products primarily from local and regional producers to strengthen their ability to satisfy demand at the wholesale, retail and institutional levels.

As Rich Pirog from the Center for Regional Food Systems says, “If you’ve seen one food hub, you’ve seen one food hub."

The Sprout Food Hub supports the local food economy by purchasing products from local farmers and small food related businesses and sells their products to other business, restaurants and institutions. These purchasers can work with one person to coordinate buying and delivery of products, the producer can grow fruits and vegetables and know the product will be sold, and the consumer gets delicious local food.

Pretty simple.

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