At Keerai Farm in Enumclaw, Victor Anagli and Deepa Iyer connect with their cultural traditions and create a welcoming place for BIPOC families to experience farm life.
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Nurse Laura Vogel believes that eating fresh foods can help prevent disease. She’s working to spread the word, and also to share her homegrown produce with her Tukwila neighbors.
Fall is here, and farmers market season is winding down–but you still have opportunities pick up delicious meals from FIN food businesses at our Taste Around the Globe booth and at special lunch pop-ups!
As the weather starts to cool, it’s the perfect time to grab some hot food at our Taste Around the Globe booth featuring FIN food businesses! You can find us at six markets in South King County and Seattle in September.
FIN entrepreneurs are contributing their culinary talents to help raise funds for the future home of our Food Business Incubator!
Krishna Biswa is one of the local growers you’ll meet at Tukwila Village Farmers Market. He grows organic produce at Namaste Community Garden and Namuna Garden in Tukwila alongside other IRC New Roots program participants.
It’s almost August, and farmers market season is in full swing! Visit our Taste Around the Globe booth featuring FIN food businesses at six markets in South King County and Seattle next month.
East and West Catering offers traditional foods from its founders’ home countries, Gambia and Senegal, along with their favorite dishes from other parts of Africa.
Happy summer! Here’s a hot tip: Our Taste Around the Globe booth featuring FIN food businesses is now at the Auburn Farmers Market. That means we’re at six farmers markets this season! Here’s where you can find our booth in July: Renton Farmers Market3-7 p.m. on Tuesdays July 2: East and West Catering July 9: Taste of…
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David Bulindah is one of the local food growers you’ll meet at the new Tukwila Village Farmers Market. Together with Dickson Macharia, he co-founded Wakulima USA, a nonprofit that helps immigrants connect with agricultural land and grow crops in South King County. Wakulima is Swahili for farmers; the organization’s name reflects their initial group of eight food growers who are immigrants from east and…
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