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New Entry Food Hub

   Local food. Strong communities.

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) and Food Access Programs

 

Purchasing a New Entry CSA share helps provide the training and technical assistance to successfully prepare the next generation of farmers in Massachusetts. Additionally, share revenues provide micro-loans to local farmers and help fund the food access work performed by our staff. Please order here to purchase your local CSA share today! Please also consider donating to support the next generation of farmers and to increase food access in communities across Eastern Massachusetts!

Members will receive one box of vegetables and fruit averaging between 5-20 pounds each week, beginning in June and running through October or early November, depending on the weather (20 weeks total). Members can expect the box to be slightly lighter with more leafy greens at the beginning of the season, and heavier at the end of the season as the summer and fall crops arrive. We suggest one share is enough for an individual or couple and two shares are appropriate for a larger family. SNAP benefits are also a payment option for shares. If interested in this option please contact Cyrena at cyrena.thibodeau@tufts.edu. Our shares also include seasonal fruit from local orchards!


Registration for the Full Season Farm Share is now Open!

For more information on our CSA program please visit.

For more information on our Food Access program please visit.

For orders, please create an account.

Interested in Supporting Our Food Access Program?
You can support New Entry’s food access work, which provides low-income seniors and other limited resource families access to fresh produce by making a donation here. 

 
 

 

         Fresh, local vegetables, fruits, and specialty items for 1-2 people:

Full 20-week share $675 

10- week share for $400

Sample Farm Share

On a given week, you can expect to receive the following fresh & local produce in your share:

Spring  
Summer 
 Fall

Baby Salad Greens

Green Onion

Bok Choy

Snap Peas

Red Radishes

Celery

Parsley

Honey

Cherry Tomatoes

Slicing Tomatoes

Cucumbers

Summer Squash

Peaches

Cabbage

Oregano

Garlic 

Green Beans

Cilantro

Spring Onions

Basil 

Plums

Anaheim Pepper

Heirloom Tomato

Sweet Pepper

Chives

Husk Cherries

Kale

Eggplant

Delicata Squash

Thyme 

 Need meal inspiration? Check out our Produce & Recipes page!

Pickup locations in Eastern Massachusetts:

Night Shift Brewing (Everett) Tues 4pm-10pm 

Tufts University (Medford) Tues 11am-7pm

Tufts University (Chinatown) Thurs 11am-5pm

Pemberton Farms Marketplace (Cambridge) Tues 10am-9pm   

Somerville (School Street) Tues time TBD

REI (Reading) Wed 3pm-7pm

Flatbreads (Bedford) Wed 3pm-7pm

Mill No.5 (Lowell) Thurs 4pm-7:30pm


Private 

Tufts Health Plan (Watertown) Tues




 Frequently Asked Questions



Mission

 The New Entry Food Hub aims to build long-term economic self-reliance and food security among farmers in eastern Massachusetts and their communities and to expand access o
f healthy and culturally appropriate foods in under-served areas through production of locally grown foods.

About Us

New Entry’s Food Hub program was created to provide technical assistance in crop planning, harvest and post-harvest handling, invoicing, and other farm marketing logistics to early-stage producers.  New Entry’s CSA and food access programs are coordinated by the Food Hub program and support new and beginning farmers in wholesale and retail marketing, by providing an opportunity to sell wholesale and continue to receive training and feedback on crop quality, packaging, crop forecasting, and customer communications while preparing them to enter other, more traditional markets in the future.