Fresh Harvest is your direct partnership with local, organic farmers and the health they can provide you.

We simply gather up their produce and deliver it to your door. This is most convenient and most fresh. This is automated healthy eating. This is supporting self-sustaining, organic farmers from right down the road. This is changing the city of Atlanta through a local movement called Share the Harvest. Learn more about our goal to promote honor with the first fruits of our produce.


Wondering how this stuff works? Here's a look into the basics of your basket.

Meet The Farmers

We slept in their fields and ate our meals from their harvest. Meet a few of the local farmers that put the food on our tables.


We want to act out what we say we believe. Here's the story behind our efforts to serve our city.

How it Works

Life Basket Illustration


An FH partner farmer harvests your produce.

Personal Packing Aficionados

The FH Crew shakes hands with him/her and then starts packing your basket full of the goods you ordered for the week.

Your Door

Your FH deliverer sets your bin at the door of your home or office.

Your Table

You gather around a table with friends and family to share the meal.



This Week's Harvest

Heirloom Slicer Tomatoes - Bikash Family Farm, GA

Scuppernongs - Watsonia Farm, SC Red Beet Root - Blue House Farm, CA
Acorn Squash - Watsonia Farm, SC Spaghetti Squash - Watsonia Farm, SC Black Seedless Grapes - Sunview Farm, CA
Fresh Basil - Veggie Patch, GA Green Kale - Watsonia Farm, SC  Cantaloupe - Three Star Farm, CA
Okra - Veggie Patch, GA Spaghetti Squash - Watsonia Farm, SC Grapefruit - CalOrganic, CA
Cucumbers - Veggie Patch, GA Green Bell Pepper - Watsonia Farm, SC Bananas - Costa Rica
Rainbow Chard - Spot On Farm, GA Gala Apples - Stemilt Farm, WA Peaches - Stemilt Farm, WA

Featured Items

Ground Beef - Double B Farm, GA Pesto - Buttercup Farm, GA Honey Wheat Loaf - Highland Bakery, GA

FH Community  Use the hashtag #freshharvestga to join the potluck!