Our Food Hub sells a variety of farm products from our own farms and other farms. We partner with farmers throughout West Virginia and the coalfields to bring together the best of what the region has to offer. We also assist farmers in planning their production, meeting grading and packaging standards, processing chickens, improving their food safety practices, and more.
Check out our vegetables, fruits, microgreens, meat, poultry, locally canned and jarred items, farm fresh eggs and much more!
There are several ways to buy our products:
Refresh Appalachia's Meat Sale: Place your order here for local, humanely raised pastured meats! We've teamed up with some of the best of West Virginia's farmers (Black Oak Holler Farm, Swift Level Fine Meats, Noni's Farm, and of course our own farms at Refresh Appalachia) to bring you this amazing all-natural pork, chicken, beef, lamb and local trout. Proceeds help support our beginning farmer training programs at Refresh Appalachia.
Food Service Distribution: Our truck delivers weekly to Huntington, Charleston, Williamson, and areas in between. Restaurants, grocery stores and food service customers can order a range of items our our seasonal price list. Most produce is harvested only 24-48 hours before delivery! Contact us now to become a customer
Farm Share Subscription Program: Tired of grocery shopping? Want to eat healthier at home? Subscribe to receive a weekly box of local food, delivered to a convenient pick-up location at your workplace, church or community organization. Learn more
Mini Markets: We partner with retailers, corner stores and restaurants to offer produce in places where fresh food is hard to come by. We help business owners to set up a produce area in their store, and then supply the food. Contact us for details
Refresh Appalachia is currently Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) certified on one of its farms, and working towards certifying all of our farms. We ask all our partner farms to be trained in GAP and to use our Food Safety Checklist to improve their on-farm food safety practices. We prioritize sourcing from farms that use sustainable farming practices, including organic or biological pest control, natural fertilizers and cover crops.