Author Archives: kthatch7

On Tomatoes, TEDx Talks, and Tweets

Learn more about the aspiring #socialenterprise, @farmtofreezermd through our new twitter account! You can check out our twitter handle @farmtofreezermd, and join the conversation about reducing food waste, nutritious meals for homeless populations, community service, and all other values that Farm to Freezer embodies. We’re … Continue reading

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Join us at Bethesda Green for a TedXManhattan viewing party!

Dear Friends of Farm to Freezer, The news has travelled far and wide that Farm to Freezer will be among this year’s ideas worth sharing at TEDxManhattan’s “Changing the Way We Eat” conference. Cheryl Kollin will present our innovative startup … Continue reading

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While the Fields Like Dormant – Lots of Growing to Do

In the depth of winter while the fields like dormant and farmers order seeds for next year’s crop, Cheryl is hard at work developing plans for Farm to Freezer as a self-supporting social enterprise. Can Farm to Freezer earn revenue … Continue reading

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Your Vote Counts! VOTE FOR FARM TO FREEZER AT TEDXMANHATTAN

Click HERE to Vote. Click on “take our survey” Voting ends December 15th so vote today! We are very excited that Farm to Freezer is a speaker finalist the TEDxManhattan Challenge! TED itself is a nonprofit organization dedicated to spreading … Continue reading

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Test Markets in November!

As the days get shorter and the weather colder, we approach the end of this year’s supply of fresh produce. Even though FreshFarm Market Bethesda closed for the season on October 27th, Farm to Freezer will be hard at work … Continue reading

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Food Day – Join the Celebration!

How “Real” do you eat? This short quiz, sponsored by Food Day, shows to what extent your diet impacts your health, the environment, and animal welfare. By examining the breakdown of specific food in your diet, the Real Quiz connects … Continue reading

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Volunteerism: How Strangers become Friends, and Towns become Communities

Every week, a team of enthusiastic and hard-working people from all walks of life come to work with us in the kitchen. These ten volunteers, most of whom don’t know one another, work together to prepare all of the frozen … Continue reading

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