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CJ’s Produce is Savannah, Georgia’s answer to closing grocery store gaps. Established in 2017 by farmer E. Craig Thomas, our urban agribusiness helps identify food deserts and transform them into sustainable neighborhood gardens. Headquartered in Garden City, CJ’s Produce currently educates residents of The Cuyler-Brownville Historic District about easy methods to grow healthy foods from their backyards. Saving them drive time to distant markets.
Find us at FARM TRUCK 911
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We provide the best services
Every garden project starts with a conversation to gain a better understanding of your community’s needs and food wants
For those bigger neighborhood garden projects, we provide three in-ground plot packages, including seasonal plants, site visits and hands-on demonstrations
Personalize planting with our signature planter boxes. Dimensions: 36 inches long, 2 feet wide. Includes dirt, fertilizer, 1 plant per box
Edible flower fans will appreciate this custom-built stand. Dimensions: 4 feet tall, 8 feet long, 2 feet wide. Includes cement installment and wood provided
In Ground Plots
The best backyard addition to grow your favorite fruits and veggies. Dimensions: 16X16 garden plan. Four rows with four types of plants. Four plants per row
Our No.1 Community Seller:
Made from 100-percent fresh fruit, C-POPS are every kids’ — and adults’ — most-purchased product at local farmers markets. Our popsicles have no additives or preservatives. No artificial coloring. Our exotic flavor combinations customers crave: blueberry, strawberry, peach, grape, papaya, dragon fruit, mango and pineapple.
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CJ’s Produce vs. Food Deserts
Food deserts are areas that lack healthy, fresh and adequate foods. Our local cause is part of a national crisis. A look at what we’re up against:
People lived in food-insecure households in 2020
U.S. households food insecure at some point in 2020
Children lived in food-insecure households where kids and adults were food insecure in 2020
Food insecurity gap between Black and White households increased in 2020
— U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Economic Research Service
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