ISKASHITAA PREVENTS FOOD WASTE IN TUCSON
WHILE REFUGEES INTEGRATE INTO THE COMMUNITY
Iskashitaa Refugee Network creates opportunities to integrate UN refugees into the Southern Arizona community while educating the public, strengthening the local food system, reducing local food waste, and increasing food security.
- Together, we reduce local food waste and precious water resources
- Together, we assist families, not landfills.
- Together, we harvest and glean over 100,000 pounds annually.
10am to 4pm, Tuesday through Friday
Balsamic fig onion chutney, Spicy Barrel Cactus chutney, cactus fruit chips, Local harvested produce (fresh and dried/dehydrated), local date syrup, pomegranate syrup, local date vinegar, Calamondin Lime & Pomegranate Marmalade, other marmalades and jams (varies by available produce), relishes, Mexican candy, pixie sticks, beer salt, local carob powder, local carob granola, candied barrel cactus fruit, fresh and roasted barrel cactus seeds, freshly squeezed juice (all citrus, prickly pear, cactus fruit, etc).
Just email us or call us to ask for more products!
- Farm to Restaurant
- Order Direct
Items available for purchase at: Iskashitaa Refugee Network, Time Market, Plaza Liquor, Rain Crow Gallery, and UA Bookstore.
Commercial partners that use our local produce: Wilko, Augustin Kitchen, Pizzeria Bianco, Sinbad's Restaurant, Wild Garlic Grill, Exo Roast, Borderlands Brewery (uses products for making brews), The Fountains at La Cholla.
- Arizona Department of Health Services Food Safety Certification
- Reduced Waste or Recycling
- Seed Preservation
- Organic Practices
- Heritage Foods
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We are always trying to make our database as robust and complete as possible. If you know of a farm, farmers market, restaurant or other business that is devoted to growing our local food system and is not yet listed, let us know!