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The Urban Food Project


The Urban Food Project aims to build a robust local food economy while creating healthy food access. We assist corner store owners in the purchasing, marketing, and selling of fresh produce. Weekly, we deliver quality produce to Birmingham restaurants and corner stores located in food deserts. We also help farmers plan their crops and create access to new markets by distributing their goods. Ultimately, this addresses the need for healthy food access for the 88,000 Birmingham residents living in food deserts.



Our local food distribution to Birmingham restaurants is closed for the season and will reopen in Spring 2015. Our Farm to Corner Store initiative will continue distributing produce through the winter.

If you are interested in sourcing Urban Food Project produce in your restaurant or community please contact Taylor Clark at 205.595.0562 or by email.


If you wish to make a donation to UFP, please mail checks to REV Birmingham, ℅ the Urban Food Project at P.O. Box 320637, Birmingham, AL 35232-0637, or call Aimee Scottland at 205.595.0562.


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