Wish Farms Donates More Than 4,000 Pounds of Strawberries to Feeding Tampa Bay this Valentine's Day

Wish Farms Donates More Than 4,000 Pounds of Strawberries to Feeding Tampa Bay this Valentine's Day



PLANT CITY, FL - There’s more than love in the air for Floridians this Valentine’s Day, as Wish Farms can attest to. The berry grower has seen to it that more than four thousand pounds of strawberries have flooded Feeding Tampa Bay just in time for the holiday.


Gary Wishnatzki, Owner, Wish Farms“We are always happy when we can arrange a donation to Feeding Tampa Bay,” said Gary Wishnatzki, Owner of Wish Farms, upon the company's investment into the community. “Everyone deserves access to fresh food, and we are excited to supply families with strawberries right in time for Valentine’s Day.”


Feeding Tampa Bay


Thanks to the move, fresh strawberries will be part of over four thousand meals to families in and around the Tampa Bay area, according to a press release.


Thomas Mantz, Executive Director, Feeding Tampa Bay“We are grateful to be in partnership with Wish Farms,” said Thomas Mantz, Executive Director of Feeding Tampa Bay. “This generous donation of fresh, locally-grown strawberries along with ongoing collaboration with the farm allows us to provide healthy futures for thousands of individuals and families we serve.”


How are you, your office, and your loved ones incorporating fresh produce into your Valentine’s Day celebrations? Tag @andnowuknow in your Instagram photos to share with us.


Kudos to Wish Farms on this momentous move, and from our team to yours Happy Valentine’s Day!


Wish Farms


 
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Wish Farms has grown from the humble beginnings of an immigrant pushcart peddler to Florida's largest strawberry shipper....

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