Fresh Harvest Kit

Fresh Harvest Kits

Fresh Harvest Kits are free ready-to-make meal kits containing farm fresh vegetables, pantry staple items (such as pasta, tuna, or beans), a seasoning packet from Savory Spice, and a recipe card to create a nutritious and delicious meal on a budget. Kits contain recipes in English and Spanish.

How it works

HDFFA coordinates with farmers, hunger relief agencies and volunteers to prepare the Fresh Harvest Kits with participating hunger relief agencies, or food pantries.  Clients can access the kits from a participating pantry.


Contact Info

Emily Ralston
Rural Food Security Coordinator

Louise Shirley
Program Director

Warm Springs Fresh Harvest Kits
A Fresh Harvest Kit is packed with a recipe card for One Pot Pasta and Italian Blend spice packets from Savoy Spice

Where Can I Find a Kit?

  • The Giving Plate (Bend), year-round
  • Kiwanis Food Pantry (Sisters) Jun–Oct
  • Wellhouse Market (Sisters), Jun–Oct
  • Council on Aging, Sisters Meals on Wheels (Sisters), July–Sept
  • Our Savior Lutheran Church and Oregon Department of Human Services (Prineville), Jun–Sept
  • Warm Springs Community Action Team (Warm Springs), Jun–Sept
  • La Pine Community Kitchen (La Pine), June–Sept

Fresh Harvest Kit Recipes – Cook Delicious Food on a Budget!

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Start Your Own Fresh Harvest Kit Program!

Download our How-To Guide and recipes for use in your very own Fresh Harvest Kit program. Interested in starting a Fresh Harvest Kit project at your food pantry or agency? Please contact us!

Key Partners

“We believe in giving our guests the best food possible…just because someone is in need, doesn’t mean that they deserve less than someone who isn’t… HDFFA means a lot to us because they help us offer our guests the balanced nutrition they deserve.”
Ranae Staley, Executive Director of The Giving Plate, Bend OR

Our Impact Since 2018

  • 8,920 Fresh Harvest Kits packaged and provided to families
  • 34,164 meals created from Fresh Harvest Kits
  • 49,573 lbs. of fresh local produce distributed to Bend, La Pine, Prineville, Sisters, and Warm Springs

Thank you to our funders:

  • Central Oregon Health Council
  • Deschutes County ARPA
  • Oregon Health Authority
  • U.S. Department of Agriculture Community Food Project
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