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OurHarvest

There’s nothing like farm-fresh food delivered right to your neighborhood in Queens.

The Our Harvest food company has expanded its deliveries from bi-weekly to every single week within Flushing. According to its co-founder, Michael Winik, the increase in frequency of delivery was changed to match the high demand within the community.

This modern-day market works to ease the troubles of grocery shopping by ensuring that customers have access to a wide range of fresh products. Instead of going to large companies that include unnecessary chemicals and additives in their products, Our Harvest goes right to the most secure sources including local fisherman, artisans and farmers, all of whom are listed on the “about” page of its website.

“Our model is smart, sustainable and community-oriented, and we’re the only local farm-to-table business that gives customers tangible rewards for shopping with us through our loyalty program,” said Our Harvest co-founder Scott Reich.

One tangible reward is that for every online order above $25, the company donates to a food bank or pantry within the community. For the residents of Flushing, its delivery orders work to donate meals to the nonprofit organization known as the Food Bank for New York City.

Aside from increasing its deliveries in Flushing, Our Harvest plans to eventually take its business to other neighborhoods in Queens such as Forest Hills, Bayside, Long Island City and Astoria.

Visit the “Our Harvest” website to place your deliveries by Monday at midnight, as all their Queens food orders are ready for pick-up every Wednesday between 5 and 7 p.m. in front of the Cross Fit gym, located on 59-43 Flushing Meadow Lane.

 

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