Farm To Work is a partnership between the El Paso Office of Resilience + Sustainability and El Paso True Food. As part of the City’s ongoing focus on employee health and wellness, we aim to increase fruit and vegetable intake among City employees by improving convenience and increasing access. In doing so, we also create a new market for local farmers at worksites. When you join Farm To Work you get to enjoy the convenience of receiving farm fresh and organically-grown produce delivered straight to your workplace.   (Click Here for Frequently Asked Questions)

Make sure to designate a Farm to Work Pick Up Location! Initial Payment will be withdrawn immediately following enrollment. In the event a subscription needs to be cancelled, a  two week notification prior to the next box delivery will need to be provided. 

Scheduled Farm to Work Delivery Dates for 2017

Wednesday, April 5th
Wednesday, April 19th
Wednesday, May 3rd
Wednesday, May 17th
Wednesday, May 31st
Wednesday, June 14th
Wednesday, June 28th
Wednesday, July 12th
Wednesday, July 26th
Wednesday, August 9th
Wednesday, August 23rd
Wednesday, September 6th
Wednesday, September 20th
Wednesday, October 4th
Wednesday, October 18th
Wednesday, November 1st
Wednesday, November 15th
Wednesday, November 29th
Wednesday, December 13th
Wednesday, December 27th

Due to production limitations of the farms we work with we will need to limit the amount of boxes available for each delivery date.  Please contact us if you have any questions or need assistance at 915-209-7631.  Orders placed today will be ready for pick-up on November 29th or the following Saturday depending on your pick-up location.

Box Contents (November 29th): TBA

Local Farms: TBA

If there is ever an item you are allergic to or simply do not want, let us know and we will substitute it with something of equal value! Please keep in mind this is a potential list, one can never truly promise a crop! The produce items included within our TRUE FOOD Boxes change according to the season and availability. If it’s not ripe, our farmers won’t pick it.