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About the farm-box boom

When Blessing Schuman-Strange was laid off from his job as the executive chef of Nitehawk Cinema, a dine-in theater in Brooklyn, he worried about how he and those around him were going to eat. So Schuman-Strange sent an email to a few friends asking whether they would be interested in splitting a big order from a sustainable farm collective he knew of in Upstate New York, Veritas Farms.

"I thought it would be five or six of us getting a case of kale," recalls Schuman-Strange. But word spread quickly, and for the last month, he's been coordinating weekly deliveries of produce, eggs, dairy, and meat for more than 20 households.

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