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  1. Deerfield Academy
    4 miles away
  2. The Bement School
    Deerfield, MA
    5 miles away
  3. Eaglebrook School
    Deerfield, MA
    5 miles away
  4. The Arbors At Greenfield
    7 miles away
  5. UMass Dining Services
    Amherst, MA
    7 miles away
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Deerfield Academy Deerfield Academy educates all its members on local and global impacts of personal and institutional choi... Deerfield
4 mi
Eaglebrook School An independent junior boarding/day school for boys in grades 6 to 9, situated on 800 acres overlooking th... Deerfield
5 mi
The Bement School The Bement School, founded in 1925 and located in historic Deerfield, is a co-educational junior boarding... Deerfield
5 mi
UMass Dining Services Award-winning UMass Amherst Dining Services, one of the largest food service programs in the nation, purc... Amherst
7 mi
The Arbors At Greenfield For generations, Greenfield has been a place that incorporates the comfort and security of a small town n... Greenfield
7 mi
Greenfield Community College Dining Services GCC is a two year public community college with an approximate enrollment of 2,500-3,000 students per sem... Greenfield
8 mi
Amherst College Dining Service A college-operated, full-service dining operation, Amherst College Dining Services provides food services... Amherst
9 mi
Baystate Franklin Medical Center Café We use fresh local produce to feed our patients, employees, and visitors. We are proud to be associated w... Greenfield
9 mi
Rockridge Retirement Community Rockridge Retirement Community, a not-for-profit community, offers Independent Living, Assisted Living, R... Northampton
9 mi
Cooley Dickinson Hospital Café Whether you are a visitor or a patient, you will enjoy locally grown produce. Cooley Dickinson chefs are ... Northampton
10 mi
Smith College Dining Services Smith College Dining Services provides food and service in eleven dining locations, the Campus Center Caf... Northampton
11 mi
Bon Appetit @ Hampshire College Dining Services Sodexo at Hampshire College, 893 West st, Amherst, MA. 01002, 413-549-2840. We operate Resident Dining, ... Amherst
11 mi
Lathrop Retirement Communities: Affiliate Of The Kendal Corp Lathrop offers a variety of retirement living options, in townhomes or apartments, on two campuses in the... Easthampton
14 mi
Northfield Mount Hermon School Dining Services NMH, a private boarding high school in Northfield, MA, offers an extensive variety of foods, including et... Mount Hermon
15 mi
The Loomis Communities/Applewood The Loomis Communities, a not-for-profit organization, has provided exceptional senior living in the scen... South Hadley
17 mi
Baystate Mary Lane Hospital We at Baystate Mary Lane Hospital take pride in offering our employees patients and visitors community fr... Ware
24 mi
Baystate Medical Center Baystate Health is proud to offer locally grown produce as part of our quality cuisine, to employees, vis... Springfield
25 mi
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Each of these cafeterias makes an effort to source fresh seasonal ingredients purchased directly from local farms and producers.
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Schools and colleges have the challenge of feeding lots of people on a tight budget. But these schools demonstrate that farm-to-school programs are indeed possible and have great results. The schools have shown their commitment to local food and the kids have answered back – we love it! Students like fruits and vegetables when they are full of flavor. And nothing is tastier than that fresh apple, just picked yesterday. Or potatoes freshly harvested, then roasted. Or a farm fresh vegetable stirfry medley.

Since they're fresh, local foods aren't loaded with preservatives and fillers. These simple foods are healthier and good nutrition is good news for everyone, especially for our children. Childhood is when we develop eating habits that we will continue for our entire lives. Integrating farm fresh foods into our children's daily diet is important for their educational and physical well-being.

The Mass. Farm-to-School Project and CISA are working to increase the availability of fresh foods in our cafeterias. If you are interested in getting your school involved, contact us!