Only 2 more weeks of the Summer FarmShare left! Thanksgiving week will be the last delivery for this share, but did you know that the FarmShare now runs year round?  The new Winter FarmShare will start the last week in November and run to March. You can continue to eat local through the cold months and support Fresh Start Farms. The winter share doesn’t just mean root vegetables – we’ll have spinach, micro greens, lettuce, hot house tomatoes and more!

Thanksgiving is around the corner and its time to stock up on local food for your feast! This week we have fresh Maine cranberries, perfect for this recipe for delicious and easy cranberry sauce. Grab some organic young ginger and spice up your roasted squash and add ginger and maple syrup. Enjoy organic rainbow carrots, apples galore, spinach, squash, leeks, Brussel sprouts and more! 

New this week just in time for your holiday celebration – we have Gluten-Free Against the Grain Rolls from Brattleboro, VT. This artisan bread is naturally grain free and really shines as a warm crunchy dinner roll. 

Don’t forget your charcuterie favorites to share with your guests – Maple Smoked Cheddar and Smoked Chili Cheddar from Grafton Village Cheese, Plymouth Artisan Cheese, Lille Coulommiers, and Moosalamoo, and Short Creek Salami

Are you signed up for the Winter FarmShare?

Sign up for our Winter Sharewhich will start November 28th, and take advantage of the local food available throughout the winter: root vegetables, winter squashes, hydroponic greens, mushrooms, dairy, meat, pantry items and so much more! 

By signing up for a Winter FarmShare, you will be continuing to support the Fresh Start Farmers throughout the upcoming months, as well as other local farms and food vendors! You will also be supporting our important work as a food hub in improving the accessibility and affordability of fresh, local food in our New Hampshire communities.


From This Week's Bounty

Organic Rainbow Carrots, Kitchen Garden Farm

Organic Young Ginger and Baby Kale, Old Friends Farm

Brussels Sprouts, Czajkowski Farm

Spinach, Queen’s Greens

Niitaka and Shinseiki Pears, Ecologically grown by Champlain Orchards

Braeburn, Cortland, Pink Lady, and Empire Apples, Sunnycrest Farm

Organic Savoy Cabbage, Kitchen Garden Farm

Important Member Info

Your Harvie Dashboard:

From your Harvie Dashboard, you can customize the contents of your box, reschedule/change location/skip and hold shares, and update your product preferences. Learn more about how to use your Dashboard here.

Pick Up & Delivery Info

Home Delivery
Monday and Wednesday 11am to 6pm

It is very important that you update your delivery instructions on your Harvie Profile page so we get the food to the right place. Be sure to leave a cooler out for the delivery driver.

YMCA of Greater Nashua 
Mondays 3:30pm to 5:30pm
24 Stadium Drive, Nashua
There will be a volunteer there to help you find your box. Any milk, meat, or frozen products will be in a cooler. 

Bona Fide Green Goods Pick Up
Wednesdays 3pm to 6pm 
25 N. Main Street, Concord
Give the Bona Fide staff your name and they’ll get your box for you.

St. Paul’s School Employee Pick Up
Wednesdays 2pm to 4pm
SPS Post Office 
Any milk, meat, or frozen products will be in the fridge.

Fresh Start Food Hub Pick Up
Wednesdays OR Thursdays 2pm to 6pm
150 Spruce Street, Manchester
You can pick up your share either day. No need to notify us, just come on by!

We will not hold missed pick-ups. We will donate any unclaimed shares to our local food pantries. 

Please return boxes & insulated liners!

of the Week

The sweet and sour cranberry sauce for this holiday-ready side does double duty: it looks gorgeous (and tastes great) drizzled over roasted delicata and sweet potatoes, but it’s also an excellent turkey condiment. Add delicata, sweet potatoes, and fresh cranberries to your share this week to make this recipe!

These roasted Balsamic Brussel Sprouts have a delicious crispy texture and sweet, tangy flabor. You’ll want to eat them straight off the baking sheet!

A perfect combination of kale, apples, and cheddar cheese! We’ve got everything you need to make this deliciously simple salad.


Pantry Items


Against the Grain Rolls, Brattleboro VT

Artisan bread, naturally gluten-free! 

A crisp crust gives way to a light and airy center that manages to be soft and chewy at the same time. They shine as a warm crunchy dinner role. Free from gluten, grains, soy, rice, gums, added sugars & preservatives. Enjoy, you deserve it! 

Back in stock!

Thai Carrot Ginger Soup,  Joe’s Kitchen at Screamin’ Ridge Farm 

Made with Vermont organic carrots, with spicy green curry & freshly grated ginger! Joe’s Kitchen sources ingredients for his soups and broths from Vermont farms, and prepares flavorful broths that are perfect for home cooking. Joe’s Kitchen at Screamin’ Ridge Farm is inspired by Joe’s grandmothers kitchen in East Randolph VT.


Dairy Items


Maple Smoked Cheddar, Grafton Village Cheese


A New England classic. This young cheddar is cold-smoked over maple and hardwood for up to four hours, imparting the signature aroma and satisfying flavor of this classic cheese. Grafton’s Maple Smoked Cheddar has a mild, buttery body with heady aromas of campfire and smoked ham. A sweet finish recalls memories of toasted marshmallows.


Protein Items

Whole Chicken, Robie Farm

Don’t need a big turkey for Thanksgiving? We’ve got whole chickens from Robie Farm in Piermont, NH. The birds are about 3.5lbs and perfect for a small gathering plus they are all-natural, 100% pasture free-ranging, growth hormone/antibiotic-free, and local.

Thank you & we'll see you soon!

Email us at [email protected] or give us a call at 603-606-2663 and we will get right back to you!

From all of us at Fresh Start Farms,
take good care and be well.