29 September, 2020, 03:21

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Erik Stanford at Pivot Produce (Credit: Jackie Tran)

How some local producers are managing an increase in demand

The coronavirus pandemic is affecting small and large producers in unexpected ways. Local producers, as are most businesses, have…

Volunteers help direct traffic and load groceries into cars at the Community Food Bank’s new drive-through food distribution in Tucson

COVID-19 Updates from the Community Food Bank

You’ve seen the empty grocery store shelves. You’ve seen how many of our neighbors are suddenly out of work,…

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This Week at the Farmers Market: Bok Choy, Sprouts, Fresh Juice & Tamales

All of that rain is gone and out has come the sun. If you let the wet climate keep you…

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This Week at the Farmers Market: Citrus Jubilee, Kombucha & Vegan Baked Goods

We don’t have to think about the weather often in Tucson because it’s usually sunny and warm. Like last…

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This Week at the Farmers Market: Apples, Limes & Sugarcane

This week promises several opportunities for fresh, local produce. It’s citrus season squash season is ending. Enjoy the leafy greens…

Nagami Kumquat (Flickr/miheco)

This Week at the Farmers Market: Kumquats, Radishes & Microgreens

It is a new year and a fresh opportunity to begin new habits. This year, we suggest eating locally…

Variety of pasta at Papperdelle's Pasta (Credit: Jennifer Rothschild)

This Week at the Farmers Market: Kimchi, Grapefruit, Goat Cheese & Pasta

The holidays are right around the corner and this weekend is the perfect weekend to visit the markets for…

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