Local Non-Profit Makes Farm to Fridge Possible in Burlington


A Burlington non-profit is making it easier for those living in the Queen City to get farm fresh food. The Intervale Food Hub will now deliver, right to your door.

The idea was born and started as a pilot program last winter, only delivering to the New North End. Since the summer, deliveries were expanded to the entire city. Allowing people to access fresh and local food. 

This also fits in the the non-profits mission statement, to provide locally sourced food to the community.

“Really when it comes down to the most convenience for the member, coming to your home, you really can’t beat that. And it’s something that members have asked for over the years. So this year we decided let’s go for it,” said Kendall Frost. Frost has been with Intervale Food Hub for the past two years, and holds the position of marketing manager. 

Home deliveries are currently scheduled for Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. If you are interested in learning more about this, click here.

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