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Farmer Profile: Porfirio Perez

We have a different way of working with the plants. We know how to make them grow. They need to be taken care of – if you don’t work with the land, it won’t give you anything back.

Three generations of Mom's Garden

Farmer Profile: Dee & Zoua, Mom’s Garden

“Zoua is great at farming. Everything she touches literally grows! I focus on selling our produce at farmers markets and through Big River Farms” says Dee of Mom’s Garden

Nathaniel holding herbs

Farmer Profile: Nathaniel Dioh, Bethel Empowerment Farming Venture

“When I was four, I was given a piece of land to grow my own stuff. It helped me a lot—it showed me the work behind everything. Sometimes we just expect things are simple, and we see it done rather than being involved. . .”

Heather and Marisa

Farmer Profile: Marisa and Heather, Moshky Farm

Meet Marisa and Heather, owners of Moshky Farm, a women-owned business growing organic vegetables and fresh cocktail ingredients.

Farmer Profile: Yawelyahsi·Yó· Farm

Meet Mallory & Lucas, two farmers growing their regenerative farming practice and connecting with their indigenous roots.

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We Value Nutritious Food
Working with our community partners, The Food Group buys, gleans, grows, and processes fresh produce.

Food Bank
or Food Shelf?
The Food Group is a food bank that supplies other hunger relief agencies with fresh produce, frozen meat, grocery staples, and other household necessities. Food shelves distribute free food to individuals and families in their local communities.

The Food Group believes in food equity. They believe in culturally specific foods. They believe in meeting people where they are at. And most of all, they believe in dignity.

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Did You Know?
Over 20% of Black households and 19% of Latinx households report food insecurity, compared to 10% of white households.

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The Food Group

We’re a nonprofit working at the intersection of equity and access to fresh, sustainable foods. From farming to distribution, we provide fresh food across MN and WI.

The Food Group is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. EIN 41-1246504 Contributions are tax-deductible to the full amount provided by the law.

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