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I love quotes that add meaning to my life. Here are a few to live by:

How should I eat? (Not too much)
—Michael Pollan

If it is so difficult to learn to cook, how did all those early pioneer women manage to cross the country in rugged covered wagons and feed troops of people from one big pot hung over an open fire?
—Marion Cunningham, from Learning to Cook

Treat treats as treats.
—Michael Pollan

No matter how you slice it through, grain-fed meat production systems are a drain on the global food supply.
—Jonathan A. Foley, director of the Institute on the Environment, U of MN

Pandemic Silver Lining

Trying to find a silver lining in the middle of a pandemic is a lot to ask.    Our lives have been upended.   Gathering around our dinner tables with homecooked meals, sharing more family time than ever before feels comforting. With more time to spare we are thinking more about how and where our food is grown.

Greg Georgaklis, President and founder of Farmers to You

Unprecedented Demand

Farmers to You, an organization started ten years ago, has stepped up to meet an unprecedented demand for good, healthy, and safe food.  With streamlined systems in place, it quickly revved up to provide families in urban communities healthy locally sourced food.

Years before the pandemic, Greg Georgaklis, President and founder of Farmers to You offered me an opportunity to travel with him to Boston- their primary market.    I tagged along visiting various neighborhood delivery sites around the greater Boston area for a story I was writing.   Our first stop was a Waldorf School in Lexington, Massachusetts- timed perfectly when parents were picking up their children.  What struck me immediately was the sense of joy and excitement that radiated from customers who gathered as soon as the truck arrived to collect their bags of Vermont bounty.

Actually orgasmic

I recall one customer who noticed my pen in hand and asked, “Have you ever tried this yogurt? – it’s the best I’ve ever tasted- it’s actually orgasmic!”  Before I could even answer, she handed it to me, “Here, please take one of mine- you need to taste this.”   A stranger to me had offered up one of her prized items.   With a container of maple yogurt labeled Butterworks Farm in hand, she waited and watched me dip my spoon.  She was right.  Delightfully creamy, light, and intensely flavorful; to this day, I have never forgotten her kind gesture.

Ten years later

Now, ten years later, the food Farmers to You delivers to their customers has a similar effect- the only difference is now they offer over 300 products sourced from 100 farms and food purveyors.  Food harvested to order ensuring peak freshness is their daily mantra.

Recently, my husband and I devoured an intensely flavorful and tender steak that had been raised at Tilldale Farm.  Greg shared it had everything to do with the farmer’s well cared for Red Devon cattle, who were 100% grass fed.

Greg’s philosophy is clear and simple- if you build a healthy food system grown, in organic regenerative soil, and create a seamless distribution – you will nurture happy, satisfied customers. Exactly why Farmers to You has amassed 1,400 Boston-area customers, with 150 in Vermont, and a growing wait list.

That word is flavor

One word defines the difference between food often trucked 1,500 miles to our tables versus food grown in healthy soil within a 150- mile radius, delivered within days of harvest, and raised humanely.  â€śThat word is flavor,” Greg shares.   â€śOnce families notice the difference- they taste it- they want more of it – and they are willing to pay for it.  They rarely return to their old ways.”

Our biggest challenge

The lettuce, cherry tomatoes, and kale in our dinner salads was just picked from farmer’s fields.   And yes, it costs more but the benefits of “fresh off the farm” far outweigh the extra dollars allocated.  The biggest challenge for Greg and his dedicated team is keeping a consistent customer base that sticks with it- as farmers increase their yield they rely on a steady stream of buyers.

Healthy Farms, Healthy Families, Healthy Planet

Local food systems are flourishing.  If we can stick with it, embrace it, and recognize the health benefits for our bodies and our planet-this new way of sourcing our food will be life changing.   

  Visit:   www.farmerstoyou.com   

(Laurie Caswell Burke)

Posted: 6-6-2020

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Trying to find a silver lining in the middle of a pandemic is a lot to ask.    Our lives have been upended.   Gathering around our dinner tables with homecooked meals, sharing more family time than ever before feels comforting. With more time to spare we are thinking more about how and where our food is grown.

Greg Georgaklis, President and founder of Farmers to You

Unprecedented Demand

Farmers to You, an organization started ten years ago, has stepped up to meet an unprecedented demand for good, healthy, and safe food.  With streamlined systems in place, it quickly revved up to provide families in urban communities healthy locally sourced food.

Years before the pandemic, Greg Georgaklis, President and founder of Farmers to You offered me an opportunity to travel with him to Boston- their primary market.    I tagged along visiting various neighborhood delivery sites around the greater Boston area for a story I was writing.   Our first stop was a Waldorf School in Lexington, Massachusetts- timed perfectly when parents were picking up their children.  What struck me immediately was the sense of joy and excitement that radiated from customers who gathered as soon as the truck arrived to collect their bags of Vermont bounty.

Actually orgasmic

I recall one customer who noticed my pen in hand and asked, “Have you ever tried this yogurt? - it’s the best I’ve ever tasted- it’s actually orgasmic!”  Before I could even answer, she handed it to me, “Here, please take one of mine- you need to taste this.”   A stranger to me had offered up one of her prized items.   With a container of maple yogurt labeled Butterworks Farm in hand, she waited and watched me dip my spoon.  She was right.  Delightfully creamy, light, and intensely flavorful; to this day, I have never forgotten her kind gesture.

Ten years later

Now, ten years later, the food Farmers to You delivers to their customers has a similar effect- the only difference is now they offer over 300 products sourced from 100 farms and food purveyors.  Food harvested to order ensuring peak freshness is their daily mantra.

Recently, my husband and I devoured an intensely flavorful and tender steak that had been raised at Tilldale Farm.  Greg shared it had everything to do with the farmer’s well cared for Red Devon cattle, who were 100% grass fed.

Greg’s philosophy is clear and simple- if you build a healthy food system grown, in organic regenerative soil, and create a seamless distribution – you will nurture happy, satisfied customers. Exactly why Farmers to You has amassed 1,400 Boston-area customers, with 150 in Vermont, and a growing wait list.

That word is flavor

One word defines the difference between food often trucked 1,500 miles to our tables versus food grown in healthy soil within a 150- mile radius, delivered within days of harvest, and raised humanely.  â€śThat word is flavor,” Greg shares.   â€śOnce families notice the difference- they taste it- they want more of it - and they are willing to pay for it.  They rarely return to their old ways.”

Our biggest challenge

The lettuce, cherry tomatoes, and kale in our dinner salads was just picked from farmer’s fields.   And yes, it costs more but the benefits of “fresh off the farm” far outweigh the extra dollars allocated.  The biggest challenge for Greg and his dedicated team is keeping a consistent customer base that sticks with it- as farmers increase their yield they rely on a steady stream of buyers.

Healthy Farms, Healthy Families, Healthy Planet

Local food systems are flourishing.  If we can stick with it, embrace it, and recognize the health benefits for our bodies and our planet-this new way of sourcing our food will be life changing.   

  Visit:   www.farmerstoyou.com   

(Laurie Caswell Burke)

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Greg Georgaklis, President and founder of Farmers to You

Unprecedented Demand

Farmers to You, an organization started ten years ago, has stepped up to meet an unprecedented demand for good, healthy, and safe food.  With streamlined systems in place, it quickly revved up to provide families in urban communities healthy locally sourced food.

Years before the pandemic, Greg Georgaklis, President and founder of Farmers to You offered me an opportunity to travel with him to Boston- their primary market.    I tagged along visiting various neighborhood delivery sites around the greater Boston area for a story I was writing.   Our first stop was a Waldorf School in Lexington, Massachusetts- timed perfectly when parents were picking up their children.  What struck me immediately was the sense of joy and excitement that radiated from customers who gathered as soon as the truck arrived to collect their bags of Vermont bounty.

Actually orgasmic

I recall one customer who noticed my pen in hand and asked, “Have you ever tried this yogurt? - it’s the best I’ve ever tasted- it’s actually orgasmic!”  Before I could even answer, she handed it to me, “Here, please take one of mine- you need to taste this.”   A stranger to me had offered up one of her prized items.   With a container of maple yogurt labeled Butterworks Farm in hand, she waited and watched me dip my spoon.  She was right.  Delightfully creamy, light, and intensely flavorful; to this day, I have never forgotten her kind gesture.

Ten years later

Now, ten years later, the food Farmers to You delivers to their customers has a similar effect- the only difference is now they offer over 300 products sourced from 100 farms and food purveyors.  Food harvested to order ensuring peak freshness is their daily mantra.

Recently, my husband and I devoured an intensely flavorful and tender steak that had been raised at Tilldale Farm.  Greg shared it had everything to do with the farmer’s well cared for Red Devon cattle, who were 100% grass fed.

Greg’s philosophy is clear and simple- if you build a healthy food system grown, in organic regenerative soil, and create a seamless distribution – you will nurture happy, satisfied customers. Exactly why Farmers to You has amassed 1,400 Boston-area customers, with 150 in Vermont, and a growing wait list.

That word is flavor

One word defines the difference between food often trucked 1,500 miles to our tables versus food grown in healthy soil within a 150- mile radius, delivered within days of harvest, and raised humanely.  â€śThat word is flavor,” Greg shares.   â€śOnce families notice the difference- they taste it- they want more of it - and they are willing to pay for it.  They rarely return to their old ways.”

Our biggest challenge

The lettuce, cherry tomatoes, and kale in our dinner salads was just picked from farmer’s fields.   And yes, it costs more but the benefits of “fresh off the farm” far outweigh the extra dollars allocated.  The biggest challenge for Greg and his dedicated team is keeping a consistent customer base that sticks with it- as farmers increase their yield they rely on a steady stream of buyers.

Healthy Farms, Healthy Families, Healthy Planet

Local food systems are flourishing.  If we can stick with it, embrace it, and recognize the health benefits for our bodies and our planet-this new way of sourcing our food will be life changing.   

  Visit:   www.farmerstoyou.com   

(Laurie Caswell Burke)

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Greg Georgaklis, President and founder of Farmers to You

Unprecedented Demand

Farmers to You, an organization started ten years ago, has stepped up to meet an unprecedented demand for good, healthy, and safe food.  With streamlined systems in place, it quickly revved up to provide families in urban communities healthy locally sourced food.

Years before the pandemic, Greg Georgaklis, President and founder of Farmers to You offered me an opportunity to travel with him to Boston- their primary market.    I tagged along visiting various neighborhood delivery sites around the greater Boston area for a story I was writing.   Our first stop was a Waldorf School in Lexington, Massachusetts- timed perfectly when parents were picking up their children.  What struck me immediately was the sense of joy and excitement that radiated from customers who gathered as soon as the truck arrived to collect their bags of Vermont bounty.

Actually orgasmic

I recall one customer who noticed my pen in hand and asked, “Have you ever tried this yogurt? - it’s the best I’ve ever tasted- it’s actually orgasmic!”  Before I could even answer, she handed it to me, “Here, please take one of mine- you need to taste this.”   A stranger to me had offered up one of her prized items.   With a container of maple yogurt labeled Butterworks Farm in hand, she waited and watched me dip my spoon.  She was right.  Delightfully creamy, light, and intensely flavorful; to this day, I have never forgotten her kind gesture.

Ten years later

Now, ten years later, the food Farmers to You delivers to their customers has a similar effect- the only difference is now they offer over 300 products sourced from 100 farms and food purveyors.  Food harvested to order ensuring peak freshness is their daily mantra.

Recently, my husband and I devoured an intensely flavorful and tender steak that had been raised at Tilldale Farm.  Greg shared it had everything to do with the farmer’s well cared for Red Devon cattle, who were 100% grass fed.

Greg’s philosophy is clear and simple- if you build a healthy food system grown, in organic regenerative soil, and create a seamless distribution – you will nurture happy, satisfied customers. Exactly why Farmers to You has amassed 1,400 Boston-area customers, with 150 in Vermont, and a growing wait list.

That word is flavor

One word defines the difference between food often trucked 1,500 miles to our tables versus food grown in healthy soil within a 150- mile radius, delivered within days of harvest, and raised humanely.  â€śThat word is flavor,” Greg shares.   â€śOnce families notice the difference- they taste it- they want more of it - and they are willing to pay for it.  They rarely return to their old ways.”

Our biggest challenge

The lettuce, cherry tomatoes, and kale in our dinner salads was just picked from farmer’s fields.   And yes, it costs more but the benefits of “fresh off the farm” far outweigh the extra dollars allocated.  The biggest challenge for Greg and his dedicated team is keeping a consistent customer base that sticks with it- as farmers increase their yield they rely on a steady stream of buyers.

Healthy Farms, Healthy Families, Healthy Planet

Local food systems are flourishing.  If we can stick with it, embrace it, and recognize the health benefits for our bodies and our planet-this new way of sourcing our food will be life changing.   

  Visit:   www.farmerstoyou.com   

(Laurie Caswell Burke)

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2 responses to “Pandemic Silver Lining”

  1. Dana Engel says:

    Good job! It made me wish I had the same contact in Berkeley.

  2. You make me feel so good about what’s going on in Vermont. We know we have great farmers here but knowing you live in CA -a state that is famous for its large farms- makes me even happier. I wish Greg could distribute there!

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