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Farmer’s Fresh Meat

Butcher in Houston

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Farmer's Fresh Meat is “Houston’s finest craft butcher shop and meat market” that takes pride in providing the freshest selection, free of hormones and preservatives, at an unbeatable price. All of their meat arrives fresh every day and are “custom cut and processed in-house” to fulfill the needs of the thousands of customers. Their skilled butchers masterfully carve it to your liking, the “old fashioned way!” They also specialize in game processing and producing southern style favorites, such as “Farmer’s Homemade Boudin and Stuffed Cornish Hens.” If you’re looking for wholesale meat, Farmer's Fresh Meat proudly offers wholesale quantities and services to restaurants, food trucks, and other businesses throughout Houston.

(713) 734-6328

Get Moving Houston Farmer’s Market (Sunnyside Multi-Service Center)

Farmers Market in Houston

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Get Moving Houston is Urban Harvest, Rebuild Texas and partners innovative solution to one of Precinct One’s biggest public health issues. By opening farmers markets in areas designated as food deserts and doubling the impact of SNAP benefits". They promote the Double Up Houston program that allows families to use their SNAP benefits. SNAP benefits are also useful for bringing home double the amount of fresh locally grown food from participating farmers markets. One of these markets is the Get Moving Houston Farmers Market at Sunnyside Multi-Service Center, 9314 Cullen Blvd. The center also "has smaller meeting rooms and auditorium that seats a few hundred people". Operated by the Houston Health Department. With a mission of providing easier access to affordable and high-quality fresh fruits and vegetables especially in food deserts. You can also check out their website for more updates and information.

(832) 395-0069

Hope Farms HTX

Farm & Ranch in Houston

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The Hope Farms in Houston, Texas, is a 7-acre urban agricultural operation. It was a project of Recipe for Success Foundation organized in 2005. Hope Farms "wants to lessen the number of people in the US who are suffering from health problems". These problems include obesity, heart disease, diabetes, by changing their eating habits. They want to "provide fresh, affordable food and promote a healthy diet to the Americans, especially to the young ones". Please like their Facebook page to keep you updated about Hope Farm's volunteer opportunities. Moreover, they post information about special events and open farm stand days on the account too.

(713) 520-0443

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