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We strive to promote honor with the first fruits of all that passes through our hands. Since 2012, Fresh Harvest has been a small group of friends creating an ethical food hub in Georgia. We care about food and people, and we've felt the benefits of knowing the people behind the food.
We love shaking hands with the same farmers every week as we build our businesses together. We get pumped when we hear kids yell, "The harvest guy is here!" as we deliver your basket to your door. We want to help Atlanta find transparent connection to the harvests of the earth beneath our feet. Located and living in the refugee resettlement city of Clarkston, we love to employ our neighbors, develop our garden space, and host cookouts on the weekends. Let's hang out at the Fresh Harvest Garden or a Share the Harvest Market some time.
Zac co-founded FH back in 2012 after a cross country motorcycle trip landed him on an organic farm. Cooking over a fire with Lauren, Catcher & Ever is his favorite thing.
David leads the charge that supports the whole company. He believes meals should be slow and eggs should be scrambled.
A space for growing produce and community has been a dream for FH that Alison is making a reality. Her farming knowledge seeps into every aspect of our culture.
Customer Experience Manager
Daniel leads our efforts to welcome you well—representing local food & community in a new, authentic way. He's also our resident beekeeper.
Nick brings the energy and keeps the machine running in tip top shape. Every growing company needs an adaptable specialist at the helm.
Serving people well is a fundamental belief around here. Jenna leads the charge with knowledge and grace.
First a customer, now a full-time advocate. Thomas has led our delivery team to a whole new level. He's committed to making deliveries a seamless, positive experience for customers & drivers alike.
Joe is our personal connection to each farm & artisan. He spends time working side-by-side with each farmer, building relationships, and making sure we represent local food well.
Technology & Marketing Lead
Anna brings conviction to our messaging as a customer turned employee. She applies her efficiency mindset to all things warehouse, technology, and marketing.
Keeper of Produce
Bin is our most well-traveled team member. But at his core, he's a real homebody. If you see him hanging around your home or office be sure to point him in the right direction, back to the Fresh Harvest HQ
Boss Of All Things
Momma Fay has held down the fort since the early days of basket creation. Banana pudding is her language of love.
Talib is wonderfully picky. Knowing eight languages and having a knack for convincing people to buy anything he's selling, he heads up sales at the Share the Harvest Market.
Every item the local artisans make for your baskets passes through Christina's hands.
Mary Lin oversees every piece of fruit that comes down the packing line. Being one of the most connected people in Clarkston, she also helps run the Share the Harvest Market.
Bo Shi Shi
Everyone doesn't love everyone, but everyone loves Bo. He is a stickler for freshness, and keeps our packing line churning out baskets each week.
After packing baskets in the morning, Ree helps lead our "Share the Harvest" market. Her language skills allow us to engage with the community on a whole new level.
Casper carefully weighs and inspects each item before it's placed into your basket. He truly cares about each and every customer.
One of the newest members of the FH team, JB moved from Cameroon in 2010, loves soccer, and has eight siblings.
Quen has a soft temperament but a sharp eye for quality. He is crucial when it comes to motivating the packing team during the wee hours of the morning.
Michael is a veteran driver, helping us deliver your baskets on time, everytime. He's also a life-long musician, first performing at ten years old in front of 30,000 people.
Meagan used to be a race-car driver—she makes delivering baskets look like a breeze. She's adamant about efficiency, making sure that her deliveries are right on time.
"Dim No" is the type of person that immediately brightens your day when you see her—5 feet tall, sporting a backwards baseball cap and a contagious smile.
You'll often find Dim Lun at the garden with her little one playing in the dirt nearby. She embodies our hope to spread an appreciation for the land beneath our feet to the next generation.
We all have a food story. Our hope is that connection and communion abound in every basket.
The Inspiration Behind the Basket
Where the idea for “The Basket” began.