#1  Support 12 local farms


We work with the best growers in the state. Each one is organic certified and uses sustainable growing practices to ensure the land is enriched and each veggie is nutrient dense. If you’ve ever asked, “How do I eat locally?”, then we’ve got you covered.

#2  Less Waste

Each week you customize your basket and we gather exactly what you ordered from local farms. Filling your basket leaves our coolers empty. The following week, we start the process over, buying what we need, NOT what we think you’ll want. This is a huge difference from the grocery store model.

#3  Free home delivery

Food delivered to your door is becoming the norm – but Amazon won’t bring you Red Earth’s ginger or Elm Street’s mushrooms. And rather than shipping via FedEx, we deliver in our refrigerated trucks. While everyone clamors to ship food around the country, with your help, we’ll keep cultivating this local food hub in Greater Atlanta.

#4  Eat ethically

Food touches countless issues from obesity, to modern day slavery of farm workers. Ethical eating means we make informed, and therefore, impactful decisions about where our food comes from. The folks at Atlanta Harvest are solving some of these issues while filling our baskets with lettuce each week.

#5  Sustainability

Industrial agriculture is largely a single product system or ”monoculture’. One crop (corn, soy) grown on thousands of acres. This model may be efficient, but it’s not sustainable. Small, family farms, like the ones we work with, are fostering an ecosystem that works with, rather than against, nature. Signs of this include crop diversification, free range animals, cover crops, pollinators, water conservation and no use of chemical herbicides or pesticides.

#6  Eat Seasonally

You get the best tasting, healthiest food available because it’s grown, harvested, and eaten at peak freshness from right down the road. Winter radishes and beets might just change your life!

#7  Fresh Harvest Garden

We’re not only a distributor of your food, we’re a grower as well. We have several acres in Clarkston GA, 20 min east of Midtown. The garden is creating jobs and hosts dinners and volunteer opportunities. We’re also thrilled and humbled to announce we received a local food grant from Food Well Alliance to further invest in the garden in 2017!

#8  Cook more


With a basket showing up at your door you can’t help but cook more. Honestly, you have to! Cooking is never time wasted and it puts you in control of what your family eats

#9  More artisan items

There are some amazing local products you can add to your basket. The newest include: black tea, grits, polenta, hibiscus kombucha, and bone broth. We also have our regulars like milk, eggs, meat, bread and preservative free nut milks from Kate and Bess at Treehouse Milk

#10  Food is medicine

My parents both passed away from cancer. We don’t fully attribute that to food, but most experts agree that ingesting chemical pesticides and herbicides is a contributing factor in the rise of cancer. Countless people are changing their diets and seeing autoimmune diseases vanish. Nick, the egg man, put it well…”I’d rather put my money in my farmer, than in my doctor”.

#11 Build Community

As Rashid Nuri from Truly Living Well says, “You can’t have culture without agriculture.” Our food culture is something we’ve lost our way with. Buying and eating local produce helps restore that culture and build our communities.

#12  Change the food system

“Food production, the worlds largest industry, is where a crisis of change is most pressing” – Yvon Chouinard, Founder Patagonia

#13  Try new things

Heirloom tomatoes in the summer, delicata squash in the fall, rainbow chard in the winter. Your taste buds will thank you.

#14  Volunteer days

In 2017 we’ll be expanding our garden in Clarkston. Irrigation, mushroom logs, new beds and infrastructure. We’ll need lots of help! If you’re lucky, you can plant 3,500 green onions like Jessy

#15  Teach your kids healthy eating habits

Our kids excitedly tear into the FH basket as soon as it arrives. We talk about what’s in season and where things came from. The result is they enjoy eating fruits and veggies!…most of the time 🙂

#16  Less Miles

Lettuce travels over 2,000 miles on average to reach your plate. Our lettuce is 20 miles down the road in Atl. That’s just one example of how keeping it local translates to less fossil fuel consumption, adequate pay to growers, and more flavor.

#17  Know where your food comes from


Each week we list where every item comes from, we host regular farm tours, and we’re finishing detailed farmer profiles for our new website (coming any day!)

#18 Support local artisans

Jessica started out drawing our artful newsletters. Now she works at FH packing baskets and continues to create thoughtful designs. Every basket supports her and a couple dozen other artisans!

#19  More real, less processed

If your refrigerator is empty, and you’re buying what’s quick and easy, odds are its processed. A weekly FH basket ensures you’re always stocked up on the real stuff.

#20  The Georgia Grown Basket

Where else can you find a CSA basket that is 100%: Georgia grown, organic, fully customizable, and delivered to your door?! And you can add local pastured meat, eggs, and milk from White Oak Pastures, Wauka Meadows Farm, Mountain Fresh Creamery