Here’s what folks are saying about our Multi-Farm CSA.
Try it, you might love it too!
“My husband and I moved to the area full-time last spring and were thrilled to discover that Lackawaxen Food Hub offered community supported agriculture. The variety and quality of the produce and meats, as well as their service, has been incredible. Not only are we eating healthier foods, we also feel wonderful about being able to help support local farmers. We love being a part of this!”
– Edie Idell, PA
“Lackawaxen Food Hub is a local supplier of fresh, organic, delicious produce, eggs, and meat. My family is thrilled to try different types of local produce that we would not typically pick up in a store. We love getting suggestions for storing and preparing the produce. The weekly emails include recipes and storage tips. We now know how to cook butternut squash! The local meat is important to us; it was how we found the program. We have limited our monthly meat intake to the items from LFH. Knowing that the meat is local and free range allows us to feel confident that we are making a meaningful contribution to our local community. Our trips to the supermarket are now strictly for staple items of milk and bread. Pick up is fantastic! With various locations across the area, we are able to choose a location that is convenient for us and our hectic lifestyle. My pick-up location is closer and less hassle than any grocery store.”
– Elizabeth and Peter Shivock
“I love Lackawaxen Food Hub! By receiving high quality locally grown produce each week from LFH, I’m encouraged to cook more, try new foods and eat healthier. The produce is packed with flavor, a wide variety and sourced locally. This is the best CSA that I have tried. And it gets better each year, adding interesting variety like microgreens, seasonal berries, fruits, and more. Being in a local CSA is good for the customer, the environment and for the farmer. In supporting local farms, we also help preserve farmland and receive fresher, nutritious food. Food is the one of the building blocks of life, so why not know the story behind the food you eat and know where it is grown. Better yet, you can even know the farmers. Each week, we receive a newsletter filled with fun facts about the produce, new recipes, and learn about different farms in our region. It keeps my grocery dollars in the local economy keeping local people employed.”
– Jane Risse, The Greenhouse Project, Scranton, PA